Avis des employés pour Maintenance Person chez West Edmonton Mall
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summer time consisted of keeping outside and parking areas clean and safe for customers...emptying bins, sweeping up etc. Winter time was soley keeping entrances and parking areas clear of snow and ice...gritting the roads and footpaths etc.
Outside maintenance is not maintenance work, it is janitorial work and is very badly organized and inefficient. If you are a good worker, management is very demanding and expects lots every day, but if you are a bad worker you get rewarded by being given easy jobs and they will expect less from you. Very stressful for the few who work because they will be given the lions share of the work and they eventually burn out, get fired, and are replaced...or they get fed up and quit. Meanwhile, the bad workers keep their jobs forever. Very frustrating. Some good workers eventually get smart to how it works and stop trying. Here's why: Work is simple to understand and do but the supervisors won't allow you to get the work done the best and fastest way. You are micro-managed down to the point you are scared to breath. You must write on paper what you do each minute, literally, every minute is accounted for. Writing down what you do each day takes just as long as the actual job. You are not allowed to get jobs done in a sequence that makes sense, or in a manner that improves productivity. Some jobs you are not given enough time to finish properly and then you get in trouble for taking longer, other jobs you are given too much time and are sat doing nothing. Supervisors tell you to do jobs in a strange order and often it creates more work and takes double the time. Things would improve and go faster if workers were given their tasks to complete and then allowed to think for themselves and get the jobs done without the constant negative interference from supervisors, especially with - plus...
The husband and wife managers are pleasant and cheerful
Badly organized, inflexible, haven for lazy people. Mangers don't manage
The owners and management of wet edmonton mall treat you like a second class citizen.As well " some " employees are childish,rude and stab you in the back and then stomp you into the ground to make themselves look good every chance they can. Stay away,keep your sanity,no money is worth working at west edmonton mall
The management has you in your place, no expansion in my job role. Many times threaten to be fired for hearsay. You can literally get anyone fired or in trouble by making up a story. Poor working conditions, HR is a joke. Worst job experience of my life.
You can quit anytime you like.
Poor pay, crazy management and Human Resource staff. D-
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horrible not only was i getting under payed, they were not paying mandatory overtime or premiums and my paychecks always came in late or short, and there was a big lack of understanding from management . do not work for Tornado building company. i had to do it night shifts while going to school during the day, worst place to work. even my parents kept telling me they'd help me with rent and food that i should quit and find a new job,
You and your co-workers will revel about your adventures. Management are arguably qualified in one field yet are trusted implicitly to manage many wide ranging and unrelated departments. If you are one of the lucky majority you will have such an interesting work environment. What I learned is management is always happy to be available to listen to you when you are finally able to reach them between meetings. You will undoubtedly be happy to reach them too. If the idea will make them look better they will be happy to give the credit to themselves.
free attraction passes
Management focus is on their shrinking budget
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