Don't look for any support
Coordinator/specialist (Former Employee) – Ontario – April 27, 2016
It's unfortunate that once you are hired the support you receive is very limited, especially when your immediate supervisor has different priorities than to support you. My immediate boss was too busy teaching at a university, running her own business, and schmoozing the brass to even give me the time of day. Not to mention her personal issues were impeding upon my initial training into the role.
Should you take on a position with an otherwise good company I suggest you insist on support not from her assistant but herself. Let's see if you end up being a priority...in fact seek out her LinkedIn account and you will notice that the unfortunate listing of this company is NOT her priority.
Don't sign the job offer if it has a TERMINATION clause in it, have it reviewed by an employment lawyer.
Local office people were nice. Except the security coordinator
lack of support, lack of salary, exceedingly amount of responsibility.