Travailler chez Cascades : présentation de l'entreprise et avis

14 avis
Cascades : notes
Note moyenne sur 14 avis sur Indeed
3,5Équilibre vie privée/professionnelle
3,6Salaire et avantages
3,0Sécurité de l'emploi et avancement de carrière
3,4Culture d'entreprise
Siège social
Chiffre d'affaires
Satisfaction vis-à-vis du salaire
Pourcentage d'employés satisfaits de leur salaire
D'après 119 avis

Cascades : avis

Avis généraux sur l'entreprise Cascades

Roll Off Driver | Surrey, BC | 29 déc. 2021
Good workplace with questionable management.
Everything will look great when you begin but as time passes, Management will end up pushing you further and further to a breaking point. Great coworkers but it becomes quite apparent that not everyone is granted the same work load and certain people aren't expected to work as hard.
Points positifsGood equipment, good coworkers/yard staff
Points négatifsManagement doesn't listen to concerns of the little guys.
Maître de Maison (H/F) | Kingsey Falls, QC | 3 juin 2021
Belle entreprise avec de bonnes valeurs
Ça fait déjà 3 ans que je travaille chez Cascades et c'est vraiment rendu une famille pour moi. Les gestionnaires sont présents et à l'écoute. On est apprécié à notre juste valeur. L'environnement de travail est dynamique et convivial.
Points positifsAssurances avantageuses, horaire flexible, REER, conciliation travail-famille, bonus
Machine Operator | Mississauga, ON | 20 janv. 2021
Really a good place to work at.
I started working there last year (2020), and I really love the place. Their safety policy is so good that they barely record any accident. I will always recommend anyone to cascade anytime.
Points positifsFree lunches
Analyste (H/F) | Brossard, QC | 22 déc. 2022
Pour du long terme
J’ai travailler au bureau de Cascades pendant un peu moins d’un an. Belle ambiance de travail avec beaucoup de possibilité d’avancement. Beaucoup d’avantage afin d’avoir un bas taux de roulement. Moins intéressant pour du court terme.
Press Operator | St. Marys, ON | 7 déc. 2021
Worst job
Worst job and goofy people there…. No training what so ever, only good part is the money. Have fun having no life working here would never recommend to work there.
Points positifsFree lunches
Points négatifsBoring work Worst place to work Fake people
Coordinator | Candiac, QC | 12 janv. 2023
Good People and available opportunities
It's a good company , there is space for growth and it is a company new policy to do teleworking after covid . Tissue in candiac is very dynamic. I recommend Cascades to work.
Receiver | Kingsey Falls, QC | 10 févr. 2021
Horrible management
Fail in the hire management They act like daycare and do not treat every employee the same. They have no procedures to do so. Everyone has their own experience. Pple great, management 0 stars
Machine Operator | Vaughan, ON | 3 févr. 2022
easy job but extremely fast paced
They will overwork you and dump you before your 3 months. Even if your a good worker. good pay tho. I have seen the same jobs pay almost double for operator positions.
Personal Assistant | Etobicoke, ON | 29 nov. 2021
Productive and fun
Productive paced. Lots of good people and management was always willing to help. Training was extensive and I was always learning new things.
Points positifsPay
Points négatifsLong hours
Agent de Développement (H/F) | Kingsey Falls, QC | 30 mai 2022
Entreprise avec valeurs familiales très conservatrices
Culture d’entreprise ancrée depuis des décennies et n’évolue pas facilement.
Home Health Aide | Greenville, SC | 4 déc. 2018
Members great Management isn't
A day at work for Cascades was great when it came to being with the clients and doing what needed to be done for them and knowing they were happy with you. Even members there say that management is not for them. Just because they are a for-profit organization, they could listen to the members more. The caregivers get paid the least there over all the other positions and some of us even do more or about the same as other CNAs there. There is a high turn over there for CNAs, housekeepers, and caregivers. If you don't cater to the bosses and your coworkers tell on you look out your in trouble whether you did it or not. The manager for the caregivers need to listen for to the clients on who they want working with them and stop send so many different ones where the client is training so many of them. Overall the company is alright where it comes to PTO time and continuous training. The most enjoyable part is the members.
Points positifsPTO time and training, Residents that live there
Points négatifsmanagement, the pay, the insurance
Quality Technician | Truesdale, MO | 1 juill. 2021
Somewhat of a good job
In short this company has a lot of flaws, at first it was the negativity coming from some of the workers. I was only there a few months and I seen so many people either get fired or quit. I once overheard someone say “you have to have thick skin to work here” and you do, they’ll yell at you or make you feel dumb when you make a mistake. And not to mention the training program sucks, they kind of give you some training in the beginning week then they just throw you in line with everyone else. But the work is easy but boring once you get the hang of it, also standing around all day for 12 hours. Breaks are short, you barely have time to relax. And the dress code sucks, steel toe shoes all day, hairnets, ear plugs. Machinery is very loud, I had a hard time hearing someone when they talk to me a lot. I dreaded working here more than any job I’ve ever had.
Points positifsPaid every week
Points négatifsShort breaks, not enough staff
| Niagara Falls, NY | 13 nov. 2020
If you're willing to get your hands dirty and put in the work, you can make great money.
Like any job, there are pros and cons. This job, you can make a ton of money, but it's not for everyone. It's hard work and long hours. You can advance if you are dedicated and put in the work. Recently, a union was just voted in and the union is literally a joke.
Points positifsAmazing pay, as much overtime as you want, profit sharing, Sunday double time, you can be promoted quickly as long as you work hard and are reliable.
Points négatifsHot and dirty environment, sometimes you have to work past your break, lack of care from other lazy employees makes other jobs harder than they should be.
Production Operator | Barnwell, SC | 21 févr. 2022
Do not recommend!
Do not recommend, especially at the Barnwell, SC plant. Cascades purchased a lemon from the previous company that owned the plant, and after 2+ years of owning it, haven't even begun to fix the numerous issues plaguing the place. Parts that break aren't replaced, there are no spare parts for anything, training is a joke, the turnover rate is ridiculously high, that pay is subpar for most positions, and the only focus is on production - failing to understand that addressing all of these problems would solve their production issues.
Maintenance Technician | Wagram, NC | 23 août 2022
Management sucks
Not only is management Unexperienced they don't care about the employees that are dedicated! All they care about is a yes man! Loved HR management! I really wish the maintenance managers cared about the working man that makes there job easier! Over all all of management sucks! The best thing about working thier is the pay and benefits! I done everything I could the right way and and tried to keep my manager aware of what I did do but was told I went to his office to much! For the record I went maybe 3 times a day!
Wrapper | Rockingham, NC | 1 nov. 2020
Not a place to stay if you be happy
Little to no Training program. They call it ON THE JOB TRAINING and have team lead training supervisors being paid very good money but never do anything as to training! Management is a joke, the HR in facility doesn't even have his degree to be in the position. They claim that they are like a family but only certain employees who suck up or tell on coworkers are treated like this. Honestly wish I never worked there!!!!
Points positifslots of days off
Points négatifsManagement, rotating shifts, pay, training and advancement
Operator | Scappoose, OR | 26 juill. 2020
Poor management
I dont recommend anyone to work here ..Management are nothing but fake back stabbers and nothing but lies come out of there mouths...They promise raises and it never happens and new manager hates women so if you are a lady good luck on getting somewere in that plant.Cause he is as rude as ever and put you on the back burner and Hr lady is no better she takes his side no matter what...she wont listen to your story and they both are sneaky as far as plotting who they are going to fire next..its pretty sad
Operator | Newtown, CT | 25 août 2022
Long hours and no real free time in your personal life
Great paying job as long as you’re willing to sacrifice any life you have outside of there. For about 6-8 months of the year you’re working 10-12 hour shifts 6 days a week. Management does not care about your life at all outside of those walls. The people who there aren’t the friendliest and most welcoming. Always be prepared for anything. Safety comes first ALWAYS!!
Points positifsGreat pay
Points négatifsNo life outside of work
Nursing Assistant | Greenville, SC | 5 août 2019
Overall bad
They look for reasons to get people terminated if they voice their opinion even though they tell you they want you to do just that to help make things better. The administrator is very rude and will say things to be little you. They have went through 4 or more DON'S in 1 year which should tell u a lot. Cascade will leave you on the unit working alone on a 2 person assist floor and tell you to make the best of it

Questions et réponses au sujet de l'entreprise Cascades

Si vous deviez quitter Cascades, quelle en serait la raison?
Posée le 22 juin 2018
Rotation non constante sur les shifts de jour, soir, nuit si l'employé n'a pas de poste.
Réponse du 8 oct. 2019
Le type de travail que tu dois faire vs. Les tâches réels
Réponse du 21 juin 2019
Quel est le code vestimentaire chez Cascades?
Posée le 29 oct. 2019
Le code vestimentaire suggéré dans notre entreprise est une tenue de ville pour les employées et les employés de bureau et un uniforme (t-shirt/chemise et pantalon verts) pour les employés de production en usine.
Réponse du 6 mai 2020
Business Casual
Réponse du 11 avr. 2020
What are the perks offered by Cascades?
Posée le 29 mars 2017
Cascades offers a competitive benefits program: bi-annual profit-sharing, group insurance, advantageous RRSP contribution and share purchase plans, vision care allowances, sports memberships, several personal training opportunities, a computer equipment purchase program, branded clothing. In addition to a flexible work schedule, telecommuting possibilities, a summer schedule and access to the company's condos in Florida and Mont-Tremblant. *Benefits may vary by position and unit.
Réponse du 6 mai 2020
Monthly safety lunches for no injuries, profit shares twice a year.
Réponse du 9 nov. 2018
What is the company culture at Cascades?
Posée le 29 mars 2017
Cascades has a rich culture of more than half a century of its founders, the Lemaire brothers. A pioneer in the circular economy, the company reveals the potential of all kinds of residual materials and recycles them into new products. This logic remains at the very heart of our business model today. A committed corporate citizen, Cascades offers more than $3.5 million in donations and sponsorships each year. Our values are conveyed throughout the company through our employees. Naturally respectful, stronger together, fierce determination and speak truthfully. This is what defines us and what guides our daily actions as Cascadeuses et Cascadeurs.
Réponse du 6 mai 2020
Not great at all.
Réponse du 21 juin 2019
Si vous étiez aux commandes, que feriez-vous pour améliorer lenvironnement de travail chez {0}?
Posée le 11 juin 2019
Le management aurait intérêt à revoir un peu son ouverture quant aux formes de travail. Oui Cascades est une famille, mais le nouveau marché de l'emploi fait en sorte que les candidats veulent s'accomplir en dehors du travail. Ils devraient revoir un peu leur ouverture quant au temps réduit (4 jours semaine) et éviter de surcharger ses ressources.
Réponse du 8 nov. 2019
Burn it down with all management inside.
Réponse du 11 juin 2019