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My job was very enjoyable at Elections Canada, working alongside enthusiastic and good natured people, it was never a dull moment. I gained a better understanding of how the elections in Canada work, history of past elections, and data entry skills. My manager was that of encouragement and generosity at all times. My contract did not last as long as I would have liked, however I would certainly work here again. The tasks were simple and enjoyable, and the free coffee was a great added bonus!
Free coffee and snacks
I was a poll clerk and on election day there would be a rush from time to time but it was a good day overall. The only challenging part is if you mess up. One tiny detail could set you up to stay for longer hours if you didnt account for a ballot.
Decent pay, good breaks
Long hours of sitting, just be careful to not mess up
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Fun to work with people from all different backgrounds, even just for a short period of time like one election day.
I thoroughly enjoyed my time working for Elections Canada although it was only on election day and therefore not a lot of time spent getting to know one another, I felt truly included and accepted by my peers and fellow employees.
Very good compensation
Can be boring in slow times throughout the day.
Working with Elections Canada was a good experience. It was a way to participate and do your part for the community. In my perspective, it not only have gave you good hours and a some money in your pocket, but it was an onsite learning experience too. You learned a little bit about the area you live in, and also about how to deal with problematic situations. In this job you are trusted to keep information private. The responsibility is quite large in this job, but it is worth it.
Physically easy work, and good hours
Worked one 12-hour shift as an information officer. There was no interview and not really an application process - I just signed up on the website. The pay was good, and the work was easy, albeit kind of mind-numbing. However, I only got 2 15-minute breaks, which was hardly enough time to eat lunch, let alone enough time to get anywhere, and I wasn't paid until over a month after working there.
Work hours were great. There could be some improvements to training. I enjoyed working with the public. I would recommend schedule breaks as the day can be very long.
Working for Elections Canada is a quick was to make $300 as a teenager. Training is very simple and you're given the impression that the Federal Election is an easy workday. After working from 6am to 11pm (17 hours of work), my pay was cut down to 15 hours.
Long day. People and manager were very nice and helpful . Pay was good. It was a good close up of our Canadian electoral process . Very accommodating and no voter suppression
Good work when and if you can get it.
the hours were varied and flexible,one could pick your hours, the co-workers were easy to get along with, any of the employment I got was only on a temporary basis and nothing was permanent, the reason I worked there was for the work experience, management was obnoxious and rude!
pay and flexible schedule
management was rude
This was a good experience working where the demographic is +50 years of age. Find someone your own age and the days don't feel so long. Work hard and you can show for it on a resume or public service job application some day.
Paid lunch time and various breaks in day
they have a lot of activities and jobs to do to keep you busy on elections day. The training they give before the actual poll days are paid and leave you well informed. Management was friendly and coworkers swell.
Elections come once every while and pay very well for about 4 days of work (if you are lucky). Its a good way to make a quick buck and the hiring pretty much takes everyone who applies, but the money doesn't last. Apply for advanced voting. Do it.