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  • Comment décririez-vous l'environnement de travail et la culture d'entreprise?
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  • Quels sont les quelques conseils pour réussir l'entretien?

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If you know how to jump...when asked, and to jump even higher for them (high expectations with little reward), then yes you'll do fine. Unfortunately they only want 'yes' men/women and they for sure are not looking for, critical and or analytical thinkers.

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The CAO/execs, and the management team are horrible to employees...they have little to no respect for qualified individuals/professionals, and you will feel bullied 90% of the time you are employed by the City of Woodstock. So that is why I left because their culture is extremely negative and nasty to anyone who does not hold an elite role within the corporation (they are an exclusive employer rather than an inclusive 'team').

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No, the executive team members are very aggressive towards people who are not part of their 'team', so as a candidate, you will be bullied by that executive team to submit to their egregious behaviour. I don't think any of them understand how to approach outsiders in a positive manner.

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The person who calls to set up an interview, has no knowledge of the role and or you as a candidate. So if you ask, be prepared to not get any answers as those roles are just 'yes' men/women for their executive team members.

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No, the culture is not very healthy whereby employees should be retained and uplifted in their jobs and where those employees should feel like they can have lasting careers in the municipal environment. Basically, unless you are in an upper management position, do not expect your role to last and never expect it to increase to something more. To answer the other question, YES front line workers do get the short end of the stick and are often the ones who do the majority of work (typical, old school municipal approach in Ontario...nothing changes).

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