Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Woodside, NS – 17 February 2014
This place is a fine location for someone who isn't looking for a permanent career - there is not much room for advancement, and most others do not stay long. A typical day at work involves showing up at least 20 minutes before your sift to make sure you get clocked in on time - the computers are horrid and make everything a hassle. Working with the customers is fine, most phone calls don't go over 3 minutes if you're working for Post Media. There's a bus stop right out front that goes to and comes from the bridge terminal, so that is convenient.
Social work environment
Long unpaid breaks (can be an hour and fifteen mins per day), not a career job