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Due to personal reasons I had to move to a different province. Took leave as instructed, was not paid on leave, now owe them money for benefits. When asked what steps to take for leave extension was passed off by both management and union. Jobs available but was told i could only go with in my union. No help was told I should go back to my old job, I would have been homeless.

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I had to ask for my 35 year pin and wrist watch. It would have been thoughtful if the manager could have come by to shake my hand. It doesn't cost anything to be nice.

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It was such an easy interview that I forgot what questions. Btw, there was no way they checked my criminal history. It was only three days till they called me in for training. It takes more time then that to check. This company has so much turnover, it’s worse than the restaurant business. Joke!!

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Culture? What culture? Work till you drop and hopefully someone notices you laying in a snowbank before you freeze to death. You are just a number, a stepping stone for some supervisor trying to prove themselves, a whipping post for the bully boss who has no life. The CP culture is to squeeze every ounce of energy out of you and then squeeze some more.

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For any interview, dress for 2 levels higher than the position you are applying for.

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Yes they do require extensive background checks.

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The training pay is $19.86/hr. Btw...NO OVERTIME!

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Yes,to help other people

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No there isn’t.

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