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L'environnement de travail était bon, l'équipe était relativement inclusive. Pour ceux ou celles qui sont à contrat , il n'y avait pas beaucoup d'opportunité. Dans une certaine mesure, cela peut se comprendre mais en même temps quand on est quelqu'un qui veut faire plus , ça peut frustrer. Mise à par le problème de paye avec le système PHEONIX, je conseillerais quelqu'un d'adhérer à l'ASPC.
Possibilité d'évolution de carrière
processus de recrutement parfois lourd
As a co-op student it might not be the typical experience. I don't think I had benefits for the work term but the pay was great! When I worked there, they stopped hiring so it was hard to get work after the term was up, and haven't got back in since. Management wasn't much help but the co-workers were very friendly and helpful.
Gym and library, cafeteria
Amazing place I did my co-op there and was offered extensions of contract several times but unfortunately no permanent job and that was tough. Another con is there is limited upward progression and some people are rigid in their ways. Mostly though people are very nice and kind and we almost always have food in the kitchen to share !
Bit of racism
The Public Health Agency of Canada, 100 Colonnade Rd location is a fast-paced office that deals predominantly with Health Preparedness across the country.
Industrial Plaza - no restaurants or stores within walking distance
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When casual or term, any question you ask to your fellow employee will be reported to your director as lack of knowledges. Other staff will ask you questions, you help them, but do not ask them questions. Leaders need more knowledge in human resources. Just be clever and calm so that you can get your knowledge there. Know how to ask questions and you will finish your term.
I am not happy there i have phd and I am doing a job of diploma and it is slavery. People are not ftiendly and they show no respect to me. I think , because I am white ?? There are lots of reading and documentation that not all of them seems reasonable for job. They dont like to talk to you and just hi and bye. The work is not match with my knowledeg and skill. The supervisor does not appriciate my hard work. I know i am doing every thing well and stay late to accomplish my job but it seems, it is not enough . I am looking for molecular biology work . I was hired for molecular microbiology work but instead they put me in the me in the media preparations position . It is 1 year term , which is really not my dream job . I am looking for better and permanent job .
I was busy checking correspondence action requests and responding to the ADM office. I also checked all responses and formatted them, did the quality assurance before I sent them to the ADMO. I learned to work under pressure and to have attention to details. As for the management, I am not part of the management team. My managers are fine. The workplace culture is something we all work on as all of us must work in a sane and safe environment. The hardest part of the job is to get all Programs respond on time as we must meet deadlines. The most enjoyable part of the job is that you deal with people and especially with professional people.
1 hr for lunch is enough
I have worked at one section at PHAC for a short period. I have never experience that type of bullying. A lady with a social worker background, who published a lot of articles on child abuse and maltreatment, was intimidating, lacked empathy, and quite rude. She appears charming in the beginning. But she is a bully if you work under her especially if you are not unionized. I have worked at another PHAC place before, and I had good experience, but not with the Child Maltreatment Section. I found another Government position where I was treated with respect unlike at PHAC. There needs to be intervention on workplace harassment on this section. The management is not doing anything.
The PHAC is a federal government agency responsible for the health of our nation. There is plenty of high paid management willing to spend taxpayer's dollars. I get my only reward from knowing that I provide safe, functional, and reliable plumbing systems which allow the 450+ scientists to help keep Canada healthy.
management and bureaucracy. Witness to taxpayer $ abuse
teamwork is highly outstanding, and the research funding is also abundant. 1. you can learn almost everything you want here as all the people are friendly. 2. The management is also highly organised, which make everyone know their duty and improve our teamwork. 3. Everyone are so hard working which will produce stress, but there are always some activities in festival to relax! 4. The hardest part is as an international student, I cannot enter into bio-safety level 4 lab, but some parts of my project need to be done in BSL4 lab. 5. The most enjoyable thing is everyone in group is so nice and friendly. If they have time, they will try their best to help you! That's really helpful when I first came to the lab.
Friendly lab members & powerful assistants from other departments
too many cooperation projects with other lab
The Public Health Agency of Canada is a good place to work with a dynamic environment and great people to work with who are always willing to provide help or advice. Management was also very helpful and supportive.
Stimulating work and in-house cafeteria
Distance from home
This was a summer student position where I maintained a large filing system(physical and electronic) for PHAC. I identified, coded and stored financial and research files. I was given the opportunity to assist a Senior Policy Analyst find peer-reviewed primary sources for a project she was working on.
Great student experience