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  • CEO
    Doug Ettinger
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $5bn to $10bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Customer Service Representative in Saint John, NB
on 17 September 2021
Likeable managemenr, enough hours to go around
The overall atmosphere as a Customer Service Agent at Canada Post was quite well, from the training right up until your first day on the floor calls they make sure you're ready even if others make it on the floor faster than you, they won't give up on you. With that being said the only downfall to this job is that your breaks and possibly a lunch may be cut short if you're stuck on a call so precision and accuracy is a must.
Commis des postes in Montréal, QC
on 15 September 2021
Les emplois occasionnels ne sont pas trop stablesTrès peu d’heures Heureusement bien payer Difficile d’avoir un poste permanent Trop de mutation pour les postes disponibles
Canada Post Retail (contract) in Mississauga, ON
on 15 September 2021
Organized and flexible schedules. Supervisors require on going training to change the culture in the plant.
Retail customer service clerk is a good experience if you are a people person. It’s good training provided by Canada Post by their experienced trainers to get you started with providing you all the customer service tools required in retail. Working in a plant has its own benefits as there are less responsibilities if you are not a multi tasked or people person.Plant culture needs to change at Canada Post and I am sure there are open talks about it now than in earlier years.In my opinion there should be ongoing training for the supervisors to reflect respect, civility and remedial training through their professional behaviour as there are lot of good employees being hired by the HR team and to make their efforts successful in order to continue to have their experienced, professional, talented, hardworking, efficient good employees to continue stay with Canada Post.Canada Post is a great Canadian company to work for which provides good opportunities to their employees by recognizing their efforts thru providing them to advance through career opportunities.
Mailroom Clerk in Halifax, nova scotia
on 14 September 2021
Temp for far too long
The worst part of being a temp is unknown schedule, last minute offers for work that you often have to turn down due to other plans. Very few full time opportunities - vast majority are part timers that have other jobs to make ends meet.
Commis au trie et préparation du courrier pour succursales in Montréal, QC
on 10 September 2021
Relations employeur versus employés.
En général les journées commencent bien et se terminent bien aussi. Je disais tjrs que pour certains c'est l'endroit idéal pour apprendre a travailler sans se fatiguer !!! Le plus difficile dans mon cas était l'injustice à mon avis y a bcp trop de chefs et un GROS manque de communications entre le siège du PDG et la réalité.

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Interview insights

Insights from 1.1K Indeed users who have interviewed with Canada Post within the last 5 years.
Favourable experience
Interview is average
Process takes more than one month

Interview questions

The interview was very relax. **I applied for postal clerk** First the person talks about the job and what they expect from you. Some questions asked were: -Why would you want to work at post canada? -Are you bilingual? -Are you able to read and write well? -Do you have experience in a warehouse? -What are some safety measures to take while in a warehouse? -What would you do if the supervisor was in back of you telling you to go faster? -Give me a scenario where you took charge when the managers were not around -Do you own steel toe boots? -Are you able to lift 50lbs? -What are your availabilities * we talked for a bit but the questions are very easy. After the interview, I had to go get my fingerprints scaned and sign some papers Good luck! :)

Shared on 12 November 2020

Why do you want to work at c.p. What would you do if: You've finished your work early. You see a white powder. An emergency of some kind. Can you lift 50lbs. Er no.

Shared on 14 January 2020

For holiday temporary clerk job: Online basic IQ test with 10 minutes limit on multiple 4-choice questions, including picture orientation logic, memomorization test, reading comprehension of article, basic number logic (walk block). Then after a week, got fingerprint taken onsite for security check. Then a week later, scheduled 2 days of 8 hours each onsite training with general company culture & safety e-courses & hands on practice with warehouse carts & barcode scan equipment... etc.

Shared on 28 November 2019

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