j ai appris a démonter les boites de vitesses selon les normes de la compagnie, le personnel est tres dévoué et toujours prêt a s'aider comme dans une famille...le superviseur apporte toujours son soutien, un milieu de travail multiculturel ou la discrimination n'a pas de place. l'aspect la plus agréable est travailler avec des gens plus expérimentés avec beaucoup d’années d expérience, l'aspect la plus difficile était de retrouver l'emplacement des outils
Parts Representative (Employé actuel) – Rocky View, AB – 6 juin 2019
Very poor management, which puts a downer on everyone that works there. They have good benefits and a pension plan. They have a lot of upper management that don't really seem to have a purpose and not enough worker bees. That puts a strain on the work/life balance that they promote. Very high stress place to work
Commis d'entrepôt (Ancien employé) – Québec Province – 7 avril 2019
Si ça rapporte pas d'argent, ça ne vaut rien! Les clients sont traités selon se qu'ils rapporte à l'entreprise! La direction n'a aucune idée de qu'ils font. La compagnie traite ses employés de façon inégales et n’a aucuns scrupules dans leurs façon d'agir. Heureusement, les employés avec qui j'ai travaillés sont pour la plupart super agréables a côtoyer!!
avantages sociaux et collègues de travail amicaux (surtout les mécaniciens)
salaires inégales qui n'augmente jamais, direction de succursale incompétentes et magouilleuse, compagnie hautaine qui se croit meilleur que tout le monde
Heavy Equipment Technician (Ancien employé) – Mississauga, ON – 21 mars 2019
Management is mostly thinking about their own business from service and parts operation. If you audit the service and parts operation you will find many places to improve and increase the KPI. Safety is just a slogan and when it comes to reality, nobody cares about safety. Very unclean and air quality in the workshop is below the standards.
Help Desk Intern (Ancien employé) – Mississauga, ON and Toronto, ON – 18 mars 2019
A typical day at work would consist of working in a help desk call centre environment and working in a ticketing system. I learned how to take on printer issues, network issues as well as excel projects.
Engineer (Employé actuel) – Alberta – 4 février 2019
No opportunity for advancement. Safety is more important than profits or customers or staff until it costs a bit of money (even if it is a very large safety concern). Inventory has been reduced to the point where I can spend over a day trying to figure out how to get the right components for the customer where it should take 30min at most. Processes are constantly changing and never fully outlined so it is impossible to follow. Training rarely occurs so people struggle to do their jobs. Hiring staff for management pet projects occurs all the time and those staff don't have any work to do. Other staff way overworked and lacking the resources to be effective. Low-mid level managers have no power. Upper management makes decisions slowly and without knowledge of the details so they are the wrong decision. Have talked to other locations and they all have similar issues. It has been like this for about 5 years so it is well past time for them to have their stuff sorted out.
Good benifits but tainted by bureaucracy
Bureaucracy, too many complex processes, lots of workers hired to do nothing
Service Administrator (Ancien employé) – Toronto – 8 janvier 2019
Specific to the Toronto branch, the managers have terrible leadership skills & are only concerned with their year end bonuses. No sense on how to grow the business and get tasks accomplished or drive a focus. Women are constantly put down and ignored. On-boarding initiatives are very poorly conducted. Managers are very disrespectful and ignorant of how to deal with customers & have no industry background.
The company offers a good benefit plan and other perks.
Like anyother big company there are a few terible managers there spoil the flow of productivity
Power Gen. Inside Sales (Employé actuel) – Toronto, ON – 16 novembre 2018
Anyone in a higher position just don't care about the little guys even though they are the ones that care the most......manager very toxic makes it very unpleasant to be around let alone concenate on the daily work over all good company with people who dont care managing it.....
Apprentice Truck and Transport Technician (Ancien employé) – Edmonton, AB – 3 octobre 2018
I always dreamed of working here, I was finally able to and I apprenticed here. Once it was known for the best training around, now its a terrible place for training. Its owned publicly and all that matters is share holders. It was a union shop when I was there but it didn't protect you from the wrath of horrendous management.
large engine opportunities
horrific management, not utilizing highly skilled journeyman to properly train
Wajax was a great place to work once, never again!
Branch Manager GTA (Ancien employé) – Greater Toronto Area, ON – 1 octobre 2018
Old boy's club is a live and well at this company senior managers make lots of poor decisions based on how it effects there bonuses not on what best for the business. The company is suffering from a severe case of brain drain, all the good knowledgable pepole haved moved on to work for competitors.Good place to work if you like an ever increasing work load.
Great wages and benifits. Great people at the branch level
Sales people that are promoted to Manager positions that have no business sense or people skills