Viterra Canada Reviews

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Viterra Canada President, CEO, and Director Mayo Schmidt
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    Current Employee - Accountant
    Current Employee - Accountant

    I have been working at Viterra Canada full-time (Less than a year)

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    Good pay, good benefits, challenging work when it is busy, strong growth in the industry, pleasant interactions with vendor partners.


    Earned days off (EDOs) were phased out years ago, rude and unpleasant coworkers, no effort to make a team environment or even a happy environment, managers are passive aggressive, high work turnover, no documented procedures for tasks, a general bad attitude towards the parent company, and generally it is a very emotionally damaging environment. Also, there is very little cultural diversity and very little overall diversity in the middle and upper management levels.

    Advice to Management

    Get better project and change management practices, document tasks, try to make the culture less poisoned. It could be a great place if people weren't either unhappy or unpleasant in their jobs. Also, include more team building and community oriented aspects to the company. Either you claim to be coummunity oriented and are or you aren't, and so far you aren't.

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    Trade Execution Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Difficult Interview


    I applied online. The process took 1+ weekinterviewed at Viterra Canada in February 2013.


    A 1:30h phone interview directly with the Manager. The entire interview consisted of behavioral questions but there was some thecnical questions about grains, grains contracts, B/L, L&C.

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Headquarters Regina, Canada
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (VT)
Industry Agriculture & Forestry
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year

Viterra has its roots in grain. As Canada's largest grain company, it collects, stores, markets and ships grain. The firm sells farm goods such as seed and fertilizer, farm equipment, crop-protection products through some 260 retail outlets located throughout Western Canada. Viterra also processes malting barley and oats into value-added products, and provides grain storage (100-plus elevators) and transportation services (100 rail-car loaders). In addition, Viterra offers livestock-production and financial services. The company is most active in North America, Asia ... More

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