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Great to work both in a team and individual setting. Promoted personal professional development. Management very friendly and professional at the same time.
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Terrible place to work in Quesnel

The management here is awful, the office has such a high turn over and almost all employees who come are just using it for a foot in the door if they’re lucky enough to make it through the probation period. The management is lead by a leader who believes in belittling and passing blame. You recieve almost no training and are expected to know everything, if you mess up you better hang on because you’re going to be treated like the whole world is falling apart because of you. Even if you don’t do anything wrong, your voice better be a sound they like, best to just keep your mouth shut and keep to yourself. The only way court services will be a better place to work is when something happens to the management.


Monday to Friday hours, benefits, union


Management, both supervisor and manager
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Not worth it.

Cons: Zero training. Toxic workplace. High turnover. Awful management. Pretty much everyone starts at auxiliary, but then leaves as soon as they are offered full time once they realize without warning how much of their wages are deducted each paycheque. Wage is below minimum wage after deductions. I worked here for 1 year, and never got benefits or vacation days because every time you move up you start from the beginning again, and they push you hard to move up. It takes FOREVER for them to hire people, so if you lose a co-worker be prepared to take on all the duties of their job on top of your own work. High burnout because of this.Pros: Because of the high turnover, it is very easy to move up and earn slightly more (still not a liveable wage). The union is good. Co-workers can be nice, can be super mean too, just like at any other job, but bullying is tolerated so if you are a bully you will thrive here. Management is absent, so if you don't like management breathing down your neck and telling you what to do you will like this job. But also no management means that you have to figure everything out on your own so only independent workers and self starters should apply. Biggest pro is that you don't have to think about work once you go home. You WILL think about work because the job is awful, but you won't ever get a call in your off time.
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3.5 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.0 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
3.4 out of 5 stars for Job security/advancement
2.8 out of 5 stars for Management
2.8 out of 5 stars for Culture

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