Licensing Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 29 October 2017
My typical day at work involved managing verification process for license applications and facilitated the processing of general licensing application information to prospective applicants, licensees and the general public in response to inquiries and concerns.
Projects Assistant -Summer Student (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 August 2017
The Ontario Public Service is a great place to develop and learn as well as achieve excellence and grow in your career. It is a place where you can see the work you put in and how it helps all Ontarians in their daily lives.
Senior Capacity Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 25 November 2016
Overall a very good work environment. Some "stale" staff holding positions that could use some new blood.
Pleasantly surprised that preconceived notions of "government job" was not 100% true. It's not perfect, but nor is the private sector. I was pleased by how well many processes moved forward. There were still some that slowed things down and could be improved upon.
Work / life balance was excellent. Unless you were in Operations and something went down overnight, you were not needed off hours.
Nurse (Current Employee) – EMDC - London – 24 February 2016
Don't work for EMDC. Horrible employer. The management there are horrible and the health care department is in shambles due to what management has done to them. Save yourself the trouble. Its not worth it to work in such a negative environment. Plus the pay is 16% behind what you would make in a hospital.
Court Reporter/Recording Monitor (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 18 November 2015
Best place to work, fair or above average pay, good employees to work with, benefits are the best, had good management, sometimes opportunity for advancement if I really wanted but I like working close to home.
Very challenging and rewarding environment! Loved working here.
Administrative Assistant (Contract) (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 April 2015
- Each day varied in terms of what had to be done, but expectations were very clear. - The office was extremely fast paced, and brought many challenges to work through as a team and independently. - Supervisors and Managers are very supportive to their staff, and encourage continuous learning. - The branch consisted of maybe 42 people, and we all felt like a family..we were all able to work closely with one another and become strong team players with the upbeat environment we were in. - If you are unable to handle stress or work in a fast-paced office, this role is not for you because your multitasking skills and ability to handle stress must be exceptional...over time I acquired these skills and am grateful. - I loved my work and the fact that so many people relied on me...being their "go to" admin in the office, it was overall really great!
Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 31 March 2015
Although basic, delivering Health Care when health care is not a priority is challenging and one has to learn to go with the flow whilst seeking to maintain professional standards. Although part of a team, the reality is that one is truly independent and accountable for one's own nursing actions, decisions, documentation. One would wish there could be more coming together outside of work but this does not prove feasible. If one can 'love' one's work, then, even after 12 years I still 'love' my work. My heart will always be with Palliative Care but I do enjoy the challenges in Corrections.
Working here has made me work comfortably in a fast paced environment, As well as dealing with upset customers. Customer satisfaction is very important and you try to address the customers issue to keep them satisfied.