Receptionist/Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – January 7, 2016
typical day was: answering the switchboard, receiving & distributing correspondence, clerical duties, word processing, data entry, dicta-typing. learnt: dicta-typing, and applying skills learnt at college. co-workers: were friendly and approachable, hardest part: hanging up on rude people enjoyable: working as a team player.
working as a team
people who called our ministry office looking for another office.
Excellent place to learn the fundamentals of public sector law practice
Summer Student (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – July 20, 2015
I enjoy summering at the Ministry of the Attorney General. My typical day is not the same every day. Inflow of work depends on each day. Most of the day I am involved in drafting of research memos and briefing notes. The work is challenging as well as rewarding. Challenging because of the competing time sensitive turn around requirements. Rewarding because of the knowledge that I am gaining as a student.
Court Clerk and Registrar (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – July 10, 2015
Your Co-workers are great to work, always happy and willing to work with you and help you out Management needs to work on, and when staff needs help and certain days off, management must help out, they should know about their staff, and accommodate everyone i have learned so much while working at the Court house or working for the Ministry of the Attorney General, I can look up different sections of the Canada Criminal Code of Canada, have a much better understanding of the Code, and Canada Law
Administrative/Clerical (Former Employee) – toronto – July 1, 2015
A typical day at work required me to deal with social workers and lawyers on a daily basis. I had an excellent rapport with all of my clients. The job did require dealing with a lot of hands on paperwork concerning minors. I had a great team and they were all as equally hardworking as I was. I loved the Manager Pat he was a really easy going but stern manager.
Court Reporter/Courtroom clerk (Current Employee) – Windsor, ON – November 6, 2014
This is a career located in a safe, comfortable environment where I am working with a variety of co-workers such as judges, clerks and lawyers. My co-workers are a friendly group who work together each day to accomplish our goal in serving the public. I consider it a low stress position, however, in the past I felt it was at times highly stressful. My position as court reporter is to record the entire proceedings in my courtroom each day and type transcripts as ordered. The hours and days vary each week, which can either be positive or less so. Thankfully, the fee we can now charge per page for typing transcripts was increased after decades of staying the same.
Reporter-Clerk (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – October 31, 2013
The best part of working for the Ministry was the co-workers. Everyone was always happy or easy to make happy. I worked closely with judges and they were very pleasant to work with. The hardest part of the job was that we didn't know from week to week how many hours we would get.
working with friendly/kind people - job interesting
CLERK (Current Employee) – Parry Sound, ON – October 3, 2012
Wonderful place to work, just not enough hours for a single person to live on. Full time jobs very hard to get, once in a position, very few leave except for retirement. Work in the court room with Judiciary, lawyers and clients. Enjoy working in an environment that can change at any time.
and tell me please where can you work and not have back stabbing?? Unfortunately that happens in most places of employment. You just have to ignore and not get caught up in that nonsense, consider where its coming from!!!
Job Work/Life Balance
Traveled within Province
FREE LANCE TRANSLATOR (Former Employee) – Brockville, ON – September 12, 2012
Traveled within Province to provide translation service in Provincial Court and Agencies: Ontario Provincial Courts. RCMP Brocville Office. Royal Ottawa Health Care Group. Legal Aid Ontario. Canada Customs and Revenue Agency. Brockville Police Station.
HRA / Position Management /Workforce Coordinator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – September 11, 2012
Busy - Supporting HRC/clients verbal/written/email, maintain accurate position data 100% (HRIS-M) recruitment/staffing, update Job description, grievance, employee documentation/benefits etc.,
Learned - Patience, Coordination and attention to detail
Management - Depends on whom..
Co-workers - Total respect and excellent team players
Hardest - Not being able to investigate and resolve complex issues to clients asap.,
The most enjoyable part of my job is supporting and providing excellence in service to HRC/Clients on a daily basis. Liaise with line management out in the field to provide advice and clarification when needed regarding relevant human resources policies, procedure and guidelines. And to also investigate/resolve complex issues while making sure employee position status and their pay/benefits entitlements are updated correctly, so that the HRIS/HRMS data reports/org charts for permanent and part-time employees in the organization/branch is reliable for day-today operation and fiscal year end statistic.
Client Service Representative (Current Employee) – London, ON – July 23, 2012
I enjoyed my employement with the ministry of the attorney general. I would love to work for them again some day. Management were kind and understanding while still running a business. Hardest art of hte job, was continuously keeping up to date with regulation changes and assuring that all staff were completing or accepting paper work as a unity.