R&D Technologist (Employé actuel) – Chalk River, ON – 26 janvier 2019
Working in R&D, if you can handle bureaucracy, procedures and approvals involving multiple personnel, then you will enjoy working here. There doesn't seem to be a clear mission right now due to the shift from a public to a private corporation. There is an attempt to provide a goals and meet milestones, but most of that work is being performed by contractors and temporary workers.
Most upper managers have not had any personal experience in working in the private sector and are having a hard time trying to adjust and provide work and funding for most of their employees. It makes for long days when you can't find any work to be done.
Avis d'autres employés sur Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
Equilibre vie professionnelle / personnelle
Salaire / avantages sociaux
Sécurité de l'emploi / évolution de carrière
Negative place to work
Uw (Employé actuel) – Chalk River, ON – 26 septembre 2019
Negative work environment. Senior management doesn't seem to know what they are doing as the focus of the organization changes monthly. Pays well but not worth the poor leadership and working with disgruntled employees.
Radiation Protection Student (Ancien employé) – Chalk River, ON – 12 septembre 2019
I was able to do some interesting work as a student at CNL. Learned a lot about cool science things. Was unfortunate to be there while a "workforce adjustment" took place, with 150 people losing their jobs. But as a student I was safe and was able to have an enjoyable experience.