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Gregg Distributors


Size of company: Large (More than 500 employees)

Industry: Motor Vehicules (sales, parts, services)

  • Gregg Distributors is a horrific place to work. I have never been treated like I have absolutly nothing to offer before in my entire working life. People are not encouraged to offer opinions on anything at all. The trainers talk to you like you are a complete and utter moron, it's very disturbing. (...). I for one am in favor of the union movement and have offered to help in any way I can to ensure the movement is succesful. Look out old boys club here we come!!!!!!!!!

    Posted on 13 March 2010 by Rater #43 | Flag as inappropriate

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The high turnover continues and as the economy keeps steadily improving the turnover will increase at the same rate...FACT...

Posted on 12 May 2011

How many of the secret camera's have you spotted at Edmonton main???. Ihave counted six so far ,the two by the canteen are the easiest

Posted on 26 September 2010

The negativity is what caused me to leave! It's tough going to work everyday when you're surrounded by unhappy people that complain about everything. I left because going to work became work. it's refreshing to be able to go to work and actually enjoy being there.

Posted on 22 June 2010

"What is going on to cause that many people to leave?"
Maybe negative people Like you Causing Cancer In The Warehouse?

Posted on 15 June 2010

On a side note, Edmonton has lost 9 salesmen since january. Possibly 10, as there's a person off on medical leave, but has been gone far longer than he should be. Edmonton also lost almost 10 salesmen last year. The sales force is roughly 40 people. When fully staffed.

Whether people post here have positive or negative things to say, you need to question a company that has an employee turnover ike that. What is going on to cause that many people to leave? Think about it.

Posted on 14 June 2010

Work is very hard on the feet. No anti-fatigue mats at any of the packing tables at main branch. There is plenty of room for them yet that's there excuse for not putting them. I guess getting your cart close to the table is more than important the employees feet. Funny they buy electric cart and metal mouses to reduce fatigue for the counter people but do nothing for other warehouse staff. It's the most basic thing to reduce fatigue. (...). Management will never do it because they forget what its like to stand all day. They sit in there chair and are on there feet for maybe an hour. If it's not there idea this will never happen

Posted on 15 April 2010

langley-1psa, 3 csr's

Posted on 11 April 2010

The last 2 weeks. 1 salesman gone! 2 drivers! and 1 warehouse person gone! Bye, Bye!

Posted on 2 April 2010

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