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griffin canada

Size of company: Medium (50 - 499 employees)

Industry: Metal, Metallic, Mineral Products

  • this company has no regards for safety,things brought up at safety meetings are not looked into until someone gets hurt or refuses to do the unsafe job,they force every weekend and don`t care about your personal life, screwed everyone on the last contract and then play stupid and wonder why people are unhappy, i could go on but by the other comments on this site i think you will get the idea,STAY CLEAR OF THIS DUMP

    Posted on 18 December 2011 by Rater #32 | Flag as inappropriate

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In case you didn't notice, you work at a foundry...........duh! Ever wonder why some guys wear masks?

Posted on 17 January 2012

Yep, that $80K plus a year will definately buy you a nice coffin at a early age. Never mind watching Spot run, just check for the SPOT on your lung.

Posted on 12 January 2012

its about the FORCED overtime. you can make lots of money but don`t buy a cabin or have a hobby, you`ll be at work sucking up pollution. don`t plan any family functions your FORCED to work. don`t forget the more money you make the more TAX you pay. i did head down the road its the best decision i ever made. and don`t forget the joy of shift work.

Posted on 25 December 2011

Your life and job are what you make of it. I'm tired of listenening to guys bitch and moan in the lunchroom. The world does not owe you a living, you have to work for it! Guys like you are just plain unhappy with everything. You have probably hated every job you've work at, and it was always someone else's fault..............right? I feel sorry for you!

Posted on 18 December 2011

If you don't like working here - head down the road. See if you can make $80K to $100K per year working somewhere else. Yes, the work can be tough and it's not for everyone. Those who don't like it need to make way for those who do.

Posted on 18 December 2011

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