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This is a good job to be at, there is some room to move up in the company. The job is physically demanding but it’s not hard to get used too. Doing the job isn’t hard because it’s repetitive and very easy to learn. The management is good and takes concern or suggestions seriously, ensures we perform the tasks as efficiently as possible. The management doesn’t always tell us what we’re doing throughout the day for the overall plan but does make working the job more enjoyable and less stressful. The work atmosphere is great to work in, the people are very nice and fun to be around. Overall it’s a fun place to work In and a great starting job.
BBQs in the summer, the hours are nice, decent pay
Physically demanding, in the summer time the pig barn smells
Réponse officielle de Tank Traders29 avril 2021
We appreciate you taking the time to leave us a positive review of your work experience at our La Salle facility! It is great to see that you are enjoying working with the production team and management.
Working for the company is not that bad if you want to work for poverty. Minimum wage is ridiculous for the work that you do. Unless you live at your parents house, good luck paying the rent.
Réponse officielle de Tank Traders9 mars 2021
Thank you for providing your feedback. At Tank Traders, we provide a starting wage of $16/hour for our Production Labourers and as performance based company, we reward hard work and the efforts that are put in. If you would like to discuss your situation further, please feel free to contact us!
Employees are easy to get along with, people are respectful of each others boundaries and it is an enjoyable environment to work in. Hours are decent pay is good.
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Not very accessible unless you know, where the location is
I worked for this company for almost two seasons. We had a great manager who went above and beyond for us. He left the company in the spring. Head office did not replace him. They relied on a different department head to oversee the day to day production. The person that was put into this roll is clueless and careless. Demand demand demand. Does not have any compassion or trust of employees. Sits at home watching cameras and gives directions via chat groups. Comes in whenever he wants and leaves whenever suits him. Makes us work overtime and doesn’t even show up!! Very unprofessional and does not lead by example. Zero interest on what actually happens until he gets in trouble. Management and forklift drivers continually outside smoking, seems like they don’t have anything to do. When we are short handed don’t expect a helping hand via your leader... you’ll be expected to pull the weight of your missing counterparts. And when it’s physically impossible to complete your goal because your short staffed you still get in trouble. PPE is provided but is not enforced to be worn....??? Under this new manager health and safety issues continue to arise without solutions, and the employee turn over is out of this world! To bad this company couldn’t have kept the last manager, had a head on his shoulders and knew the plant inside and out. I’d caution employment under the current leadership onsite. Btw the door isn’t open for your comments! He turns a blind eye and expects you so the same. Quota quota quota! The job is physical, and the days have been long. Summer, well that’s a season - plus...
The job posting lies. You will be paid nigh minimum wage and you will most likely stay there. They advertise benefits after six months; you will not be here six months as the shop shuts down in September and only certain positions stay on. I can't imagine why you'd want to work here in the -40 winters, anyway. You'll be breaking your back with 40+ pound bottles of propane — don't forget that you must take one in each hand! — 10 hours a day. Apparently, 10 hours a day is "optional", but they conveniently forgot to tell their staff that until just this month. Still hoping to "enjoy summer" like the ad says with those perfect summer hours? Lol, you're gonna be here six days a week and when you do go home, you'll be too tired, sunburnt, and sore to even think about anything other than sleep. Your "cell leaders" are either mouthy teens or adults who act like teens, and they just finished a Jimi Hendrix experience or popping pills in their car on break. Stand still for a second and they're all over you like Amy Schumer on a glazed ham, but they'll spend the next 20 - 30 minutes standing around talking about video games with the forklift operator. Oh, and the longest any cell leader I met had been working for the company was just two months. Just about all their staff had quit in June, so the then-new guys were basically just given the new title. Also, it's not really clear what the chain of command is. People with the yellow vests (cell leaders) constantly give conflicting orders, but as far as I can tell, none of them actually outrank each other. Cell-leaders get to park - plus...
There are no pros to be found here; the staff are all newbies.
There are, however, many cons to be found
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They do not care about you or your safety, all they care about is numbers and their own butts. They either A. Make you work with broken trucks and equipment that can cause severe accidents or B. Send you bottles to fill with huge holes that burn your skin and tell you to deal with it.
bad pay for what you do , they pick fav people and let them get away with everything. and equipment is always breaking down they never fix it. then when they do its the workers fault. they had a lunch room witch was always dirty and not enough room for half the workers they have your not allowed to park on the parking lot either.
they do buy u lunch sometimes
you gets wet in side they make you go out in the cold and keep the dry people inside. they pick av, they never have good ppe place floods all the time becasue of the bad equipment.
Seasonal work filling BBQ tanks. Entirely outdoors from about March to September, with some work all year round. Unloaded and loaded delivery trucks, and then sorted returned cylinders into those that could be washed/painted and refilled for sale and those that needed to re-certified.
The job is physical but it is rewarding. If your able to lift 40lbs and give it your best you will succeed working here. Training provided was on spot with the industry standards. Its a real team environment which i enjoyed working in. If your looking to strive daily and exceed your goals this is a place to learn and grow. Management and supervisors were good to work with, fair and understanding. If i did not move away i would go back.
Getting paid to work out
Working holiday weekends
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