Ideal work place for advancement, good atmosphere and enjoyable
Delivery Planning Officer (Former Employee) – London, ON – February 5, 2016
A great place to work, with regular hours and optimal pay. Everyday you would learn new things, and have challenges to complete. Co-workers were great, and the experience I gained is invaluable. The most enjoyable part of the job was that it was not repetitive, everyday brought a new challenge.
Political Nightmare - Terrible Management CEO, SVP, Directors, Mgrs
Engineering (Current Employee) – Toronto-Vancouver-Montreal – September 24, 2015
If you can make it here you can make it anywhere, even in the lake of fire.
- ONLY HARD WORKERS ARE THE ENGINEERS. AMEN. - Watch out for other DECEPTIVE ENGINEERS who work with the manager's $$$ and will throw you under the bus in a new york minute - Project Directors/Directors create problems in any project and leech off the company funding while everyone involved in the projects keeps getting gets their cozy salary - Directors have little to no knowledge of any of the work under them yet chase after the credit like dogs - Department Management THRIVE OFF pointing fingers after issues arise instead of working together to resolve issues and move forward - Engineers spend 90% of their time updating management and being administrative pets, such a shame and waste of creativity - Mind numbing, moral depleting, soul sucking environment
CPC Projects: 1) Never completed 2) Directors create self inflected wounds and their middle manager puppets lick up the wounds...That is their Management scope 3) Always results in a big rotten mess with finger pointing
- Environment is rotten, eats away at your creativity and motivation - Too many corporate fingers durrtying the pot in any project
CEO Deepak Chopra unsure if he has 22 or 25 VP's. He's the Stephen Harper of Canada Post. You can see where the company money gets distributed.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Richmond, BC – September 7, 2015
Worst company ever. Culture is stab everyone in the back. Management don't know what they are doing and treat people with disrespect and disdain. Don't believe the advertisement, they'll manage to pay you less and give you no benefits. They think they're doing you a favour. You can't trust anyone and they work you down to the bone. Worst experience of my life. Stay clear.
contract courier (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – August 18, 2015
Canada Post was a good summer job opportunity for me because I was a full time student only able to work during summer. The pay was good and the hours were flexible. The best part of the job was being able to choose which days I wanted to work. The hardest part of the job was the early mornings. I really enjoyed my time with Canada Post
sub contractor (Former Employee) – St. Catharines, Ontario – August 13, 2015
I worked for Canada Post as a sub contractor for fourteen years. There are several different levels of time sensitive products which have to be dealt with on a daily basis. Customer service is paramount and you quickly realize that it takes a lot of people all working from the same playbook to successfully deliver the highest standard of service in a very competitive market. There was always a great sense of community within and between the employees. Together we formed groups to fundraiser for disadvantaged children and former employees who had fallen on hard times. I really enjoyed my time at Canada Post and when my contract was up in 2014 I moved back to Ireland.
Very stimulating, educational work envoiroment
Being outside on foot or driving in the Canadian winter can be stressfull
Document procurement specialist (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – August 9, 2015
A new gained respect for mail delivery agents - what they deal with in terms of quantities of mail, parcels, packets, and especially flyers is astounding given the fact they must work under the unscrupulous Canada Post Corporation regime.
Post Office Clerk (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – July 30, 2015
Very busy but good pay Improved my french great coworkers hardest part about the job was that the post office I worked at was the busiest in the City. As a result, I dealt with a great number of cranky and impatient people
Great job atmosphere with good training and always kept busy with work.
Temp, Volume Counter (Former Employee) – Various locations, BC – June 9, 2015
This was a great job for me, they provided ample training in a day and the workload was good to alway keep busy. There were times for indepenedent work and time to work in a team, the staff and management were wonderful to work with. I gained a lot of experience and had good feedback, for me that is a winning position.
Letter Carrier (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – May 27, 2015
Sort and Prep Mail. Scan advertisement's bar code for that day delivery, scan packages and parcels for delivery that. Load mail and packages into corporate vehicle. Do circle check of vehicle prior to departure. Delivery mail and packages when arrive at destination.
Postal Clerk (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – May 26, 2015
Although there are many procedures to memorize, once you have done so, everything becomes quite straightforward. There was a lot of time with no customers so a lot of time was spent cleaning and organizing.