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Updated Nov 8, 2021

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Top Review Highlights by Sentiment

  • "Benefits are good and inexpensive(in 336 reviews)
  • "Flexible and good pay.(in 302 reviews)
  • "There are a lot of really great people working hard everyday to do the right thing.(in 168 reviews)
  • "Good money for warehouse ..always overtime ..stable job..benifits package pretty good as well..(in 69 reviews)
  • "Good training and products to sell(in 66 reviews)
  • "Poor management extremely long hour its paid slave work be ready to work 6 days a week(in 167 reviews)
  • "The hours are long (endless really) and finding work/life balance is a daily struggle.(in 140 reviews)
  • "No work life balance since you're so exhausted you can't do anything on the weekends and have no time when you get off work.(in 105 reviews)
  • "Terrible upper management.(in 68 reviews)
  • "Certain managers are downright rude and more concerned with advancing their own career than the department they manage(in 48 reviews)
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  1. 4.0
    Former Employee

    Good company and good benefits, could improve work-life balance

    Mar 16, 2015 - Marketing Associate in Vancouver, BC
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    - good health benefits and RRSP matching, options for shares, etc - focus on training and development (access to a free online university), internal training organized regularly - large company so lots of room for growth and movement within the organization - in the sales jobs there is lots of room to grow in terms of salary, but it does take a long time to get there


    - upper management is very male dominant, a bit of a 'boys club' - the work life balance in certain roles seems to be quite poor not overly generous with holiday time - salary and compensation for things like a car allowance (when relevant) have not kept up with inflation and the very high cost of living in Vancouver

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