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C'et le travail rêvé pour une personne qui aime le travail sans supervision et sans trop de stress. Bon pour une personne qui est ordonnée et passionnée
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It’s stress free, but can be demanding sometimes for certain interviews. Sometimes the questions you must ask people might go against your faith. But overall, it’s a great place with great job security. Somewhat fairly paid as you move along in years.
Pay is kinda low.
It took almost 2 months from signing my offer to get started. Terrible communication. No one had a clue what was going on. I was hired for one job and instantly put on another one. I told them multiple times only weekdays and they told me I had to do evenings and weekends 2 weeks in to the job, as they were changing my position again. I was told it'd be a minimum of 30 hours a week daytimes and was given 15 straight days off to start February, 3 weeks in to the job, which I quit 2 other jobs for. Ridiculously bad management and no one does anything to help you. Job is awful too. Pay is decent but not enough hours and part time so no benefits or anything. Look elsewhere.
I can't comment working on Statistics Canada for other jobs but I can on when it comes to the job we're doing for Contact Tracing.A typical day starts with either reaching out for the first time, at the mid-way point, or on their final day of exposure to contacts that have likely already spoken to their local public health unit first so we are just doing the actual follow up. Management clearly hasn't thought through the process of the script we are reading at all. There are simply too many parts that don't make sense.For example, none of the scripts are modified when we are speaking to someone else on behalf of the contact in question. On our final day call, when they are on their last day of isolation we have to read them all the same verbiage about getting tested and ask them if they know the same thing as on Day 1 if they know where their nearest assessment centre is to get tested, etc.? This leads to so many people asking if they need to get another test, or makes them go for another test when they will likely be turned away, I think since they're on their final day. And we still call them even if the self-isolation period is over and of course, the script doesn't change -- it still keeps talking about getting tested "while you're under self-isolation" and "monitoring for symptoms while you're under your self-isolation" when it's over. I really feel like this was put together way too quickly and wasn't thought through well. I get sometimes things aren't perfect in the beginning but clearly this hasn't been updated. Most of the managers are really helpful but it's - plus...
Getting schedule 1 month in advance, helping the public, friendly managers
No direct manager, unstable hours, no solid information to work with, no benefits
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Management is incompetent and does not care about their employees. They constantly try to break agreements with their employees. They will change your schedule without asking if you are available and will schedule you against your availability. If management doesn't like you, good luck getting any time off, even if you give them plenty of notice. They monitor your work closely and don't encourage any socialising, stress breaks, or even bathroom breaks (though they will allow it). Good luck getting answers on your pay too. Worst department of the government to work.
Hired in a term position to staff positions associated with 1981 Census and lead a small HR team responsible for Pay and Benefits. Following Census moved to Regional Office and offered a promotion. Reported to District Manager. Major accomplishment was obtaining benefits for part-time employees which made up 60% of the workforce.
Good working with different people and cultures. Good salary compared working in the privates. We have.a very good relationship with my supervisor and colleage.
All culture environment
Hours of operations are from 9am-11pm. Usually 5.5hr shifts, but never full-time hours in a week. Yearly wage increases and $0.20 premium if you're bilingual. Surveys range from calling businesses to calling the general public. Cubicals, but you won't ever get the same one.
Good for flexibility of schedule and federal benifits. Motivation and direction are lacking, but management will find scapegoats if something goes wrong. Numerous attempts to harass interviewers into resigning, including threats about the jail time involved in confidentiality issues. Remote work and little training ongoing.
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It's one of the best call-centre jobs that you can get around here. Salary is good for that field, benefits are good, and they are very flexible. Great job for a student or a retiree who wants to supplement their pension. If you have a thin skin, you may have trouble, but its a good way to learn how to deal with difficult people. After I got the hang of it, I rarely had people stay upset if they started out that way.
This was a very interesting job opportunity. The subject matter of federal surveys were interesting, but if you aren't selected for a project you could be without work for extended periods (3-6 weeks). The pay was decent and included bilingual, evening and weekend pay increase incentives. Project manager's could be disconnected from employees at times. When I required a personal day for car repairs the manager did not authorize any time off. It's hard to make it to work without a vehicle especially if your employer won't give you time. You also have to have a strong character on the phone, if you were on a certain survey or called someone on a bad day you could be on the receiving end of death threats or some harsh language. As long as you don't take it personally you will be fine. Other than that, you learn a lot about different industries and people if you can make it onto different survey projects.
Decent pay & benefits, varied work projects, repetitive tasks, diverse profile of respondants
varied schedule, lack of work at times, personal/sick leave heavily frowned upon, managers don't care about staff needs at times.
Able to work from home. Must have good time management as you are responsible to meet the criteria that they have laid out. Travel around area and meet new people.
Good pay, and mileage and meals expense
Short contact for employement
Management is a joke They have their agenda and employees are not a priority Petty and toxic work environment Escalates issues of non importance to make life miserable Treated like a number, threatened of being given less hours Do not work around schedules If you ruffle any feathers be ready for a roller coaster of lies and back lash Management will accidentally hold pay if they don’t like you Management now is the most unorganized, un professional, yells and barks orders like they are the leaders of boot camp Avoid at all cost
Management, head office, lack of support, toxic work environment
During census crew leaders were expected to be available at all times, No down time. Not great pay for how many hours go into the work. Hard to maintain good staff who are willing to get the work done. Hard time contacting management to ensure problems were solved.
Decent benefits but money is not enough for the stress of job. Completing surveys with unwilling participants and pressure to harassing the till they do complete.
Benefits, some what self governed, flexible hours
mostly evenings or weekends . high expectations from management
As a work from home Administrative Assistant, I found the part-time work fun and easy. The only downside was that it was a 3 month term and only comes around once every five years.
Work your own schedule, good salary
The work is easy, pay is decent and benefits are good HOWEVER it's not worth it considering everything else. You are forced to bother people 3-4 times a day on survey's they don't want to do (they're voluntary) and the ones that agree to participate only do it because they're fed up with the amount of calls they receive. Some survey's can last up to an hour which I find is ridiculous. You HAVE to work 5 times a week (you have no choice) and you have to work the entire shift. In addition to that, you have managers who really love to micromanage you and that gets really annoying. You're also confined to a cubicle that's dirty and grey. There is uncertainty with this position as you are on contracts and there is not always work available. IF you are selected for work, you need to show up for training, which, if you cannot make it, you won't be scheduled to work at all since you missed training.
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