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I retired after 28 years. Loved my job, for the most part. But woud like to return as a term employee, however Canada Post, contrary to other government jobs,( and yes, I am well aware that as a corporation they have the right to do things contrary to other government departments,) I do not qualify as I am receuvibg a pension from them. They would rather train someone (only 4 hours paid by the way) then leave them to run a one person Post Office by the seat of their pants! Doesn't sound like good management practices to me. It WAS a great company in its time but it is top heavy now and serves its CEO and board members first and its customers last.

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Maybe consider pro-rating union dues to temporary part time casual employees. If you only get called one shift during a particular month, your net pay is around $4.00 for an entire shift. Congratulations to Canada Post for being legally allowed to pay part time workers less than a dollar an hour since you are forced to pay full union dues whether you work that month or not.
What a joke.. its disgusting that they take advantage of part time workers like that.

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It was such an easy interview that I forgot what questions. Btw, there was no way they checked my criminal history. It was only three days till they called me in for training. It takes more time then that to check. This company has so much turnover, it’s worse than the restaurant business. Joke!!

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Office culture seems to be based on favors. Maybe it depends on the province? "Rendre service" becomes a habit and is expected if you want to be liked. Low value tasks are thoughtlessly thrown at other staff because everyone is "too busy" to learn and do their part. Very old school and man's club mentality. Really need to reconsider the entire culture and how they treat people to welcome new blood. Employees who have been there so long feel like everyone else owes them something and work values are on paper only but not necessarily practiced across the board. Poor management get promoted or moved elsewhere when the seat gets too hot. New hires from the outside beware. It can be tough, intimidating and disrespectful environment. Good luck fitting into the mold. Being at odds with eachother like another reviewer wrote and lacking processes and consistency keeps everyone employed and redoing the same thing over and over and over ... it's a shame really

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For any interview, dress for 2 levels higher than the position you are applying for.

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Two week and pass or fail

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