Dyehouse Operator (Ancien employé) – Listowel, ON – 3 septembre 2019
At Spinrite, it's not what you know, it's who you know.
Case in point: The afternoon shift supervisor was caught HAVING INTERCOURSE with a fellow employee ON THE JOB. But, because they were friends with the high ups in Human Resources, absoloutely nothing happened.
Good people that want the company to succeed. Leadership needs to get beyond ego/pride and do what is right. Old school thinking results in good people leaving. It is really too bad. Leadership is not to be trusted.
marketing (Ancien employé) – toronto – 23 août 2019
Leadership at the Toronto office is appalling and verbally and emotionally abusive. They constantly belittle their employees, including in front of your fellow coworkers for great lengths of time. Many intelligent, hardworking employees have been pushed to tears at the hands of upper management. The President is well aware of these issues but hasn't implemented any changes. Expect all of the drawbacks of an "entrepreneurial" environment, including no regard for work-life balance, with none of the benefits. Constant turnover which puts an even bigger strain on employees.