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  1. ok experience at George Weston

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Doesn't Recommend

    I have been working at George Weston full-time (More than 5 years)


    Pros: reasonable expectations slow pace if you are looking for that for the most part friendly people good company sponsored events pay is ok, although less than in the financial services sector


    cons: lots of politics good benefits not a lot of room to move up horrible HR staff lots of turnover at the management level several layoff waves

  2. Great people. Disappointing experience. Would not recommend.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Etobicoke, ON (Canada)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Etobicoke, ON (Canada)
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook

    I have been working at George Weston full-time (More than 3 years)


    Amazing team members. They are the only thing that keeps you coming back each day.


    Constant change, constant reorganization. Spent more time onboarding new leadership than driving the business. Very little emphasis on training or professional development. Poor advancement opportunity, especially since management is always turning over. Burn-and-churn culture. No recognition of workload given limited people resources. Long hours are the norm (without thanks) and people are stretched way too thinly. Managers are not equipped to mentor, coach or develop employees employees. Senior leadership fosters culture of fear and intimidation, with heavy focus on cost control above all else. Frequent turnover because people realize there are better opportunities elsewhere, promising better compensation/benefits, better development and better work-life balance.

    Advice to Management

    Focus on your people. They're your most important asset. Provide meaningful training and development opportunities. Recognize that there is a life outside the office. And hold your managers accountable to employee engagement. Doing so will make a huge difference.

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