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Productive and stimulating workplace.
Executive Assistant to the CEO (contract) (Current Employee), Toronto, ONApril 14, 2014
Pros: free lunches, flexibility with hours, understanding, fun work environment, friendly people, beautiful building
Cons: location (if you do not live in the downtown toronto core)
A typical day at work for St. Joseph Communications, Media Group involves booking meetings, flights and other services. On any given day, I will be asked to assist the finance department with various projects. I also act as office manager, typically re-stocking any office supplies and up-keeping cleanliness and appearance around the office. I have learned – more... about magazine publications and the busy/demanding schedule that ensues with this type of company. I have learned that working for a well established company is extremely rewarding. My co-workers and I have common goals and always have my best interest in mind. I have made many friends within the office as it is a friendly and welcoming environment. The hardest part of the job is being able to properly multi-task while producing quality results. None the less, with hard work this is easily achievable. The most enjoyable part of the job is management. They treat all employee's with respect and provide positive feedback often. – less
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Great people to work with, satisfaction meeting deadlines.
Site Supervisor/Associate (Former Employee), Ottawa, ONFebruary 1, 2014
Pros: wonderful coworkers
Cons: no remuneration
Most difficult part of my job was working with outdated equipment and software. Most satisfying part was meeting our clients' needs above their expectations.
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Pay rate is not the greatest, its hard to survive working on low income.
Production Associate (Current Employee), Toronto, ONNovember 27, 2013
Pros: there no pro's
Cons: low salary
The company can do better in certain areas. There needs to be more management employee interaction .
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Family owned and you don't forget it
account director (Former Employee), toronto, onSeptember 30, 2013
Pros: decent benefits and great work/life
Cons: just about everything else
The day you're hired you think this is amazing. I'll work hard, advance and make great money. You work hard but mostly at battling internally to get the actual job done. Everyone wants to save themselves as layoffs are almost monthly in the content division. President of that division's son, SIL and the VP's niece work there and one of them is the head – more... of sales. She alone is a labor lawyer's dream and the company's lawyer's nightmare. – less
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An ok company to work for.
Print Coordinator (Full-time) (Current Employee), Mississauga, OntarioJune 25, 2013
Normal day at work
Learn to do Billing and brokeage
Management is ok sometimes
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Great staffing
Telephone and Processing Clerk (Contract) (Former Employee), Ottawa, ONMarch 22, 2013
Pros: flexible
Cons: no career advance
St Joseph is a great place to work while you're in school only because there's no advancement career wise.
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Had my dad not gotten sick causing us to move, I'd still be there.
Production/Warehouse Manager (Former Employee), Tehachapi, CAMay 30, 2014
Pros: excellent people to work with.
Cons: frequent unexpected changes to production requirements.
Very gratifying work. The people, and the place--- Tehachapi--- were splendid. The product being produced and sold was worth all the sacrifices.
Diversification of responsibility, production, warehousing, and shipping, as well as conference production needs, proved to be enjoyable, not burdensome.