Service Manager (Employé actuel) – Southwestern Ontario – 27 juillet 2019
Volvo makes a great car and offers a great place to work at their dealers. Fun, well treated, and appreciated. More than I can say for those big corporate companies who own many dealers where you are just a number. Volvo dealers take care of the employees because they take care of the customers.
Assembly Line Worker (Employé actuel) – Saint-Eustache, QC – 5 mai 2019
Work integration schedule was well organized by HR and training program on first week . Great technical teams,professional coworkers, flexible work time Good communications with Unions leaders and supervisors .
Receptionist (Employé actuel) – Edmonton, AB – 5 avril 2019
Working at Volvo is a great experience, it truly is like having a second family. The staff are so friendly, the salesmen help each other out instead of trying to compete for customers. Having this culture is truly why I believe we are the #1 Volvo dealership in all of Canada.
Trainee for Production projects (Ancien employé) – not in CA – 19 juillet 2018
nothing to say, I was a trainee but many opportunities are there availableit has a dinner room, you can learnt many things due the way of processing the buses, it contains people from different countries
Customs NAFTA Specialist (Ancien employé) – Mississauga, ON – 16 avril 2018
Entering nafta documents and verifying that all the information is correct according to customs laws, rules and regulations. Also, dealing with customs brokers to ensure that all shipments get cleared by customs in a timely manner.
Good company with good salary/benefit. Unfortunately, the engineering management is shallow-minded and not well managed. If you are a new employee you have almost zero training and no coaching and they expect you to function without errors, no room for mistakes. Your evaluation is made based on the opinion of few people and if they don't like you for some reasons your days are over. You could achieve a lot of things but if you make a few small mistakes you are finished. They don't treat you like a person as a whole rather like a machine. So think hard before you quit your company to come here.
Service Technician international region (Ancien employé) – Elskiltuna – 3 janvier 2018
North American companies have a lot to learn from the Swedes. Sweden has a very small population Yet Volvo Truck is the world's largest truck manufacturer The reason is simple. The company treats it's workers as family. Doesn't matter what you do you are treated with respect and made to feel as important as Company President
I travelled the world
Had to be very careful and understanding of other cultures. No room for error
Senior Test EIT Technologist (Ancien employé) – Goderich, ON – 6 septembre 2017
Formerly a great place to work with a highly dedicated and motivated staff. A great deal of freedom was given to the engineers to explore ways of improving the product and making it as suitable for the customers needs as possible.
FLEET SALES MANAGER (Ancien employé) – Mississauga, ON – 5 mars 2017
Volvo has a quality product and has a good employee culture. As all companies within the automotive industry, it's business is cyclical. The Canadian division has minimal number staff that are responsible for many duties within their particular department. A quick pace environment that is constantly changing is one of the best and worst aspects.
Heavy duty field mechanic (Ancien employé) – Terrace, BC – 2 mars 2017
Great west equipment was a great company to work for. I thrive on challenges and learning. I was able to attend volvo training a few times a year to keep on the latest technology and machines. I was a field mechanic and very much enjoyed it. GWE treated their mechanics well and pay was good. I would enjoy another position similar to this.