Strikeforce AMC
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Strikeforce AMC Careers and Employment

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  • CEO
    Matt Lloyd
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  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Media & Communication
  • Headquarters
    100/45 Gilby Rd Mt Waverl...
  • Link
    Strikeforce AMC website
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Team Leader in NSW
on 30 August 2022
poor management and communication
Schedules change and you are not notified, always chasing someone for answers, management don't communicated effectively and it is limited. Culture within company is poor, management don't care for the team unless the team are achieving strong results, WH&S is not very well organised within company
Brand Activator in Brisbane QLD
on 29 September 2022
Every day different
Great team members and supportive managers , good variety of work . However sometimes workload can be stressful , more training and information needed at times .
Brand Activator and Field Merchandiser in Melbourne East VIC
on 22 May 2022
Casual Merchandising role in Supermarkets with some flexibility.
Great job as far as the actual day to day work is concerned. Lots of variety and autonomy to work independently and complete merchandising tasks in supermarkets with some flexibility in terms of shift times. The hardest thing was the unpredictable nature of the work load and how the work is scheduled and rostered. Lots of changes at short notice and communication is terrible. Field staff aren't well supported and there is hardly any training or support given when you need help.
Merchandiser in Mornington Peninsula VIC
on 1 April 2022
Good job to be able to have work life balance
Great job for when you want to work around kid commitments, pay is award. Always casual, can pick up extra work at busy times.It's casual, there can be times where not enough work, so if you are relying on this for your family it's not a good job.
Brand Ambassador in Geelong VIC
on 14 November 2021
You are JUST a number
Some days I had 10 hours of tasks to complete and did not take into account toilet breaks or lunch, you have to factor these in yourself and usually done going from one store to the next. Some days I had to carry the workload over to the next as the times you have to get the tasks completed in were rarely realistic, so you are under pressure, particularly with planograms. Planograms are very physically demanding and I wasn't getting toilet breaks when I should or drinking enough fluids and found this very unhealthy as you were mostly on your own and could have a cage fully of food from the freezer which you can't leave out for too long. Planograms involve emptying shelves, often moving shelves to a different position and then restocking them with the new layout. If you are not careful you can hurt yourself easily. I was often going to stores well out of my designated "territory" and that continued to widen and the number of stores I visited increasing continually. All online training you do in your own time and is not paid work. Each supermarket and dept store has their own induction you have to do online and each could take 1-2 hrs each plus Strikeforce have their own, so expect an unpaid days work before you begin just to work through all the inductions etc. Training with someone was only for 2 weeks and I was on my own. There are so many different tasks to do and not all the same. I was constantly needing help & advise from my trainer, supervisor or Strikeforce and struggled to get hold of them straight away or they returned my calls hours later! In all it was very frustrating work. Training provided is poor so expect to be confused regularly. My trainer tended to flick through tasks quickly without explaining the nitty gritty, so once on my own I got confused quickly. Merchandising jobs I could have 9 displays to erect, stock and price labels printed and displayed in a day and they often only allowed 25-40mins to complete each display. May sound like a lot of time but some of the displays can take 20mins just to make them up and display. Some store staff can be quite rude and unhelpful, and are probably used to a high turnover of merchandisers. When I resigned Strikeforce didn't seem to care and my supervisor didn't even talk to me about it to find out why or even try to resolve the grievances I was experiencing!

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