Ait Worldwide Logistics is a logistics company that offers remote, full-time work for anyone.
The company’s work includes all kinds of tasks, from trucking containers to refrigerated water and even to delivering medical equipment.
But Ait is not just for shipping and delivery.
It offers other things like logistics consulting, customer support, and, yes, logistics.
With a salary of about $80,000, Ait’s the second-highest paid company in Canada.
But that’s not all.
Ait has been around for almost 15 years.
It started with an online platform and now employs more than 500 people, mostly in Montreal, Vancouver and Toronto.
It’s a global logistics company with over 2,000 employees in nine countries, according to the company.
But even with its high salaries, AIT does not have the best reputation.
AIT’s online job board, which lets job seekers fill out job applications, is riddled with inaccurate information, according a survey conducted by the Globe and Mail.
There are hundreds of listings with no qualifications or a job posting that includes the word “tradesperson” in the title.
“People say, ‘It’s Ait, it’s a good company, but what is it?'” said Lisa Zegers, the company’s CEO.
“That’s not the way to describe it.
I don’t think it’s good.”
The company has been a popular employer in Montreal since 2003, when its first employee, Andrew Janssen, opened the doors of his office on Mont Royal Avenue.
Since then, more than 1,000 jobs have been filled, and Ait says it has expanded its hiring staff to cover the city.
For years, it also hired many new employees.
The problem is that Ait isn’t the only company out there who offers remote work.
There is another company that uses similar techniques to fill out online job applications.
It has a similar reputation, and it is often used by other companies as well.
And it’s one that is growing in popularity.
“They’re a great place to do that work,” said Linda Davenport, president of the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses.
“It’s a great opportunity to get the job done.”
The Globe and 12 other top newspapers in Canada asked our colleagues what they thought of this company and what they learned from it.
Below is a selection of what they said.
“The job board is riddled in inaccuracies.
The first job posted with a degree is incorrect.
I would suggest using a degree as the qualification.”
— Anne Marie Rovio, president and CEO, The Globe & Mail, on Ait.ca.
The number of job listings posted is off.
— Jody Brouillette, president, Business and Industry Association of Canada, on The Globe.com.
It is not a secret that there are companies out there offering remote work to people.
It was actually a very common practice in the early 2000s, said Davenports.
“This is not unusual, especially in the logistics industry,” said Rovioles.
And there are many, many companies out here that do this.
But they have a problem: the people who do it are not good at what they do.
“You want people who are able to think like a startup, people who can communicate, people that are able as people to be innovative, to be forward thinking, and to understand the world differently,” said Zeger.
“But also, they’re going to be people who don’t have the qualifications, the skills, the knowledge, the experience to get those positions.
They need to be more like a typical, traditional employee.”
It is important to note that AIT doesn’t hire for specific skills, like logistics, or even for specific qualifications.
It only hires people who meet all the qualifications for those jobs, said Rivoles.
But this is a common problem, said Ziegers.
“We hire people who have the skills and experience, and the experience and knowledge, and are willing to be a good employee, and be able to communicate effectively and be forward looking.”
This is a problem, Zegings said, that can affect all employees.
“If people don’t understand how the company is operating, that makes it harder for them to get good jobs,” said Davids.
She said it’s also important to understand that it can be a challenge to find good, remote work when it comes to hiring.
“There’s a lot of misconceptions that people have about remote work,” she said.
For example, some people believe that if you have a degree, you will be better at the job.
“A lot of people assume that if they don’t get a degree and can’t get that position, they will be less productive,” said Brouils.
But she also said that if the candidate