The productivity/accuracy expectations are too high. They give you a 1 year trial to hit the goals. If you aren't hitting them they let you go, very stressful.
They even let some people go before the one year was up if they fell too far behind. Only about half the people from my training class were kept after 1 year.
You are still basically learning stuff after 3-4 months, so it's more like only 9 months to meet very high work expectations.
Not much warning when they let you go, just take you into an office one morning and pack up your stuff for you.
I received only one week of severance pay (the bare minimum allowed), and you won't be able to collect EI either, because it was a probationary contract.
A very bad situation to be in after a full year of hard work.
Pay was also mediocre ($14/hr) considering the amount of training and knowledge required for the job.
Friendly, nice staff and co-workers
Expectations too high