-anti human rights
-going green is a joke and considered 'a personal choice'
-they don't actually recycle
-rooms are often very dirty and a room I was stuck in for over a month had mold growing under the carpets
None whatsoever, expect to see some repulsive/offensive clothing worn from contractors to management.
You do a test (there is an essay you have to write), you go through an awkward phone call and if you pass both you'll be put into the next training session in 3-4 months. You won't be paid during this period.
Vacation is basically non-existent unless you get a full-time contract, AND stay for 5 years.
Any one (or more) of these things:
Implement options to provide better care and wellbeing for my employees.
Offer full time contracts not a 'freelance' contract.
Offer a health and safety committee to ensure proper care for my employees.
Offer free coffee.
Constantly pressured and rushed by project managers
No. Only on location unless you are management.
Random. You won't know where you are or what time you're scheduled for until 5-7pm the day before your shift.
It could be a 7-15:30 shift, a 15:30-23:30 shift, an offset shift or a 3 hour stress test.
A monthly report card, under the guise of an 'evaluation', that the leads copy and paste. It's never accurate to your current abilities since leads just want to skirt this responsibility.
It can also sometimes contain information from a coworkers evaluation.
It's never accurate. It can sometimes be very insulting if not downright harassment.
They call anyone who passes their "test" for an interview.