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Les meilleures questions spécifiques à l'entreprise Canadian Pacific :
  • Comment décririez-vous l'environnement de travail et la culture d'entreprise?
  • Quels sont les horaires de travail?
  • Quels sont les quelques conseils pour réussir l'entretien?

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Be Respect on other nembee

Réponse du 12 octobre 2019

Prep by knowing about the various senarios that you could come across if you were in that position, use sound judgement to answer the questions

Your face to face will have a subject matter expert in it

Réponse du 24 octobre 2018

Apply online, must take diploma course certificate

Réponse du 19 juin 2018

No reasons other than pay.

Réponse du 7 février 2019

No schedule, never no when or what time you will get called for work

Réponse du 27 juillet 2019

The atmosphere was great and the people working along side me were wonderful.

Réponse du 11 août 2017

There's several reasons as it would be with a range of jobs but here's some that are exclusive to working on a railway that are so precisely matched to a Railway environment that you couldn't repeat anywhere else in the working world.
First, time off. The word even creates shudders from Eastern Canada to Western on the railway. If you think you might need time off, don't worry you'll get it when they recreate the wheel they're not working on. This can't be stressed enough, for example: if you call in at 3am cause you feel your just not fit, you'll be patched in to your supervisor via a taped recording even if the super is sleeping to explain the need for the time off. You must answer carefully so ask each employee on the keywords to say cause you'll be subject to informal letters, algorithm patterns and possible termination.

Second, new hires to the Running Trades (Conductors-Track Personnel) you WILL be laid off so just accept that and you'll be fine. It's definitely going to happen and sometimes new hire classes are laid off at the completion to their 6 month training course. Layoffs typically are a few months but some you'll see have taken year(s). The pattern to their frequency varies by location across Canada but none are explicit to none. Oh and if/when that happens you can ask for temporary locates in terminals across Canada. They are 91 day relocates that pay decent albeit however just know it's somewhat military in this regard and if your relying on this paycheque that you may end up roaming Canada! Yea that's right all of Canada if that intrigues you.

Third, if you think you will be enjoying your 5 days and 2 off again in the Running Trades (Conductor-Trackmen) fields you should look elsewhere. Then again it may happen but twist the wording to 5 nights and 2 nights off. It's pretty much where you'll be living which is in the dark at most of your career. Nights seems to heat up for action on the railway, I don't know if it's because the trains run smoother in the darkest of dark air?

Réponse du 11 septembre 2019

Answer above pretty much sums it up, you will NEVER receive positive feedback for all your hard work and the only feed back you will get is them threatening your career.

Réponse du 13 janvier 2019

Tell them you are willing to be available to them at any hour any day every weekend and are willing to sacrifice your family life for the movement of railcars.

Réponse du 8 juin 2020
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