Working at No Frills

3.5
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  • Appreciation
    3.6
  • Company Outlook
    3.9
  • Fair Pay
    2.0
  • Learning and Development
    3.0
  • Manager Communication
    4.0
  • Manager Relationship
    4.1
  • Pay Policy
    3.2
  • Pay Transparency
    4.0
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No Frills Reviews

What is it like working at No Frills?

February 2019
Produce Clerk (Grocery):
They will say anything to get you to work for them. They will even to almost any of your requests to get you to work for them, once your there and settled into the job the tables turn. This is when the work load is increased, they claim that the department sales don't support the previous amount of hours spent before. The demands are great , the work load at times is crippling with no recognition of a good job or inquiry as to stress level if your unable to cope. I would not recommend this company to anyone and that's a shame because I liked my job and took pride in my work. Now I wok there because I can't find another job.
June 2019
Grocery Clerk in Toronto:
Hours vary greatly weekly--even after being in the company for years; seniority doesn't matter if you're a part timer; pay starts at minimum, and theres a 5-10cent raise every 500-600 hours of work accumulated; some staff are friendly; some are manipulative/cunning that causes negative tension; work can be dangerous--not wearing proper personal protective equipment (ppo) such as steel toed shoes, standing too high on the ladder, and avoiding hitting customers at narrow corridors.
September 2019
"Stressful."
Grocery Clerk in Cochrane:
Pros: Left to do the job on my own
Cons: Too much favoritism for the young boys
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