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Saskatoon, SK, Canada Area (Canada)

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Adecco CEO Alain Dehaze
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  • Absolutely no work life balance (in 14 reviews)

  • Suffice it to say no benefits at all (in 21 reviews)

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    Current Employee - Laborer in Saskatoon, SK (Canada)
    Current Employee - Laborer in Saskatoon, SK (Canada)
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

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

    Pros

    Weekly Pay

    Job Choice

    More than minimum wage

    Jobs for experienced and inexperienced both

    Clients often overhire and as such laborers can rest more between work.

    Cons

    Paid two weeks after a job not in the same week of said job.

    Lack of work for inexperienced/non-skilled workers

    (About 3 to 4 jobs a month when you first start it seems)

    Experience required jobs hinder skilled employee's from gaining said jobs. A cycle of 1-3 years experience minimum stopping skilled workers from gaining said 1-3 years of required experience.

    Advice to Management

    More work for non-experienced employee's

    Sponsored training so that employee's gain necessary certifications to further their ability to do high paying jobs.

    Inspires loyalty to the company, provides a massive service to the country and opens the doors to a wealth of opportunity through collabaration with schools who teach these vital work skills.

    Example: WHIMIS, MSDS, Forklift Certification, SAP and so on.

    Adecco can become the largest job provider in Canada and the US; and help open the doors for those who are motivated but are unable/ignorant as to how they can become valuable assets as a working class citizen,


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