Great workplace, engages employees in lots of training and excercises to build skills
Life Saving Society Swim Instructor and Lifeguard (Current Employee), Oakville, ON – January 9, 2014
Pros: free swimming or access to facilities depending on the area you work in
Cons: lots of split shifts!
Working for the town of Oakville is a good position. There are many different facilities and placements to choose from so there is always room to explore. There is great teamwork and cooperation between staff.
transit employee (Former Employee), transit – November 15, 2012
Pros: new building
Cons: shift work, weekends below average pay
New building with old school out of touch managers. Average pay decent benefits would be great if they were able to clean up the managerial mess they have. They have a god mentality and think they can treat there subordinates bad. Close but most likely years away from becoming a top notch employer when the upper management finally gets fired or retires.
Website Design Instructor (Current Employee), Oakville, NB – August 3, 2012
Pros: opportunity to work on and learn new techniques
Cons: no job security
I tried to delivering information to students in effective way with examples and exercises. I gained detailed knowledge of topic that I studied before. I managed work with full time study and life activities. Guidance and support of co-workers helped me in becoming successful in this position. The hardest part of the job was to encourage all students – more... to participate. Creating interesting practices as examples was the most enjoyable part of the job. – less