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Having fun with students
IT Instructor (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON1 December 2016
A typical day starts with gossip with students ,about their previous work activities and asking about their job , and about home assignments . discussion on any new technology
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Worst Place to Work
Instructor (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON29 September 2016
This is not a place to work if you really care about education and teaching. You are not allowed to fail students even if they never show up or write any exams.

Management only cares about money. They do not provide the level of education that students need to be successful. This college is just for international students to get their PR.
Cons
Not paid for any prep work, exam marking. Poor benefits. The management favours certain employees.
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Great place to work!
College Instructor (Current Employee) –  Brampton, ON27 February 2016
Great environment, staff is great to work with and management is also very accommodating and flexible. The staff is knowledgeable and the overall atmosphere is a positive one. I enjoy the work life balance as well.
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A good company for Intern and experience
Multimedia and Graphic Designer, Instructor (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON18 January 2016
Working environments are not bad.
With health benefits, but low paid.
Not well management. Too many changes in everything.
Rapid employee turnover.
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Happy and motivated work environment, with a fitness centre and liabrary.
Professor-Tourism & Hospitality (Current Employee) –  Brampton, ON11 February 2014
A typical day involved an eye for detail. In hospitality trade we get only one chance to make the first impression, understanding this is the key to marketing success.
Customer service, ensuring impeccable service to the customers, one customer at a time.
Strategic business plan and its implementation.
Operating cost and labour scheduling and cost control.
Reservations and inventory control

Most difficult part is difficult situation such as providing a flawless service to 500 customers in a wedding function amidst a power failure, still keeping the humour and ensuring all customers leave happy at the end of the function.

Most enjoyable part of the job is employee & associate engagement and motivation. Making 150 employees feel that the success inn the business was a result of their individual and collective efforts and not a result of effective planning and training provided by the management. The fun is to plan the activities in keeping with the business plan, selling the same to the associates so discreetly that they begin to believe that " it was their idea in the first place. Its fun to watch these motivated employees in action.
Pros
Freedom to entertain for business, free meals on duty, use of hotel automobiles and various industry perks
Cons
long working hours, perticularly on stat holidays and festive season.
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