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I love this job but I have to take care of my mother .She is sick that’s why I’m leaving this job.thanks

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Remove two tier wage scales. Pay temp employees fairly. Fire supervisors who intimidate ans harass

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5 questions. What would u do in this situation type stuff. And the famous question 1st question. My age . Was fun

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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,to help other people

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Canada post creating frustration condition for people. Nobody exactly know what is the process and how long they take. I passed the gta the 2 months ago I got interview call they took fingerprints every think but no further notice if i was selected or not . Keep asking people about the process some people say 2 weeks some says one month and some people say if you are not selected then they say no right away I keep waiting for their further process but never got any mail from them. Then after 1 month I email to HR then was told me that they hired someone else. Then I got interview for letter carrier. Same thing happen again they keep posting same job 20 vacancies but nobody knows if they hire people or not .

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Vancouver Island less than minimum wage given the long days. NO OVERTIME PAY. Plus u have to provide own car with very expensive delivery insurance, no benefits....SO MUCH better to apply for letter delivery agent with full benefits, company vehicle, and OVERTIME pay....

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The hours varied on the road too sometimes 3 hrs too 5 hours depending on how much mail you had too deliver

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The turnover for RSMC (Rural and Suburban Mail Carriers) is huge - so if you have a vehicle, and show up to your interview - you are hired.

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