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Inexperienced management with no direction in achieving job mandates. No support from management for employees. Only worried about their jobs. Needs experienced team players needexperienced e
I receive lots of opportunities to improve and get additional training during my career experience. I had a good experience throughout my whole career.
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I worked with SNL years ago as I boiler inspector and it was a decent job with a great learning curve and lots of exposure to industry. I left and worked private industry for 6 years and when things dried up I returned to my old job to find out it was 20x worse now.. I was offered a market adjustment of $4.95 hr extra-on my offer letter. I received it for a short time and was then removed. The hr department indicated they made admin error on my letter and the market adjustment cannot be paid hourly rather by a cheque at the end of the year ( non pensionable , non overtime , non travel time). In order to get the cheque you have to sign a contract and if you leave you have to pay it all back. None of this info provided prior to hire!! After learning this I went to the union with little luck and a gave up fighting as the atmosphere in the office was terrible and everyone is over worked and unhappy. There is supposed to be 4 inspectors on the Avalon and there was only 1 when I came. They are 3000 inspections overdue and the public contractors and owners struggle to get inspections what the manpower shortage. The department needs a serious overhaul. I left my position due to the money issue and poor, unorganized stressful environment. Anyone applying be weary of the offer and environment.
Hours / holidays
Money poor/ misleading hr/ understaffed / poor morale
Working at the Provincial Goverment mailroom was a thoroughly positive experience. Not overly strenuous, good pay. Only flaw is the unionized nature of the workplace, very easy to get bumped from a job.
Fairly Easy, Good Pay, Comfortable Environment
Slight Lack of Job Security
While working with the government of newfoundland, I had a great experience. My manager not only showed me new things but she was also very supportive. I would gladly work there again. In the run of an average day, the hours were fantastic, environment was comfortable. The only complaint was that was that it was very far to get to and from. The team I worked with were amazing.
great pay, very supportive environment, lots to learn.
only temporary. other than that it was a fantastic job!
Flexible work hours with shift work and Monday to Friday schedules. Interesting learning opportunities with a second language and multi-disciplinary team members. Wonderful staff and students including other school teams in the same building. Friendly cooperative work environment with state of the art building designed for maximum benefit to the students and staff.
Dietitian on satff
Great place to work as a health professional. The office was small and quiet with a great working atmosphere.
Approximately 50-50 with field and office work. Sometimes long distances to travel for field inspections and sometimes have to accommodate travelling on short notice.
Paid travel and accommodations when required.
Use personal vehicle for work and quickly accumulate kms.
Overall the staff are friendly, no room for advancement and no job security because working for the government and they're broke. Good place too work for short period of time too understand how the government operates so that you can take your experience into the private sector.
Ability to learn new things
Pay is not enough to live on