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  • Bullying and harrassment from both fellow employees and management. Union works in snail mode which I believe is why it continues as bad as it is. Management knows it takes years for the union to get stuff to arbitration and they use that to their advantage. I was a union rep and became vice president of a local in Hope's to make a difference but made little difference. The high ups need to get the paper work done and in front of an arbitrator. The only good thing about being the vice president I sat in on Consultations with management and stop.some of their lies about the office I worked in. I sat there fighting for a position they gave to a junior employee while they pretended they knew nothing. Very infuriating. Mana9is a real piece of work they plays employees against each other.

  • Office culture seems to be based on favors. Maybe it depends on the province? "Rendre service" becomes a habit and is expected if you want to be liked. Low value tasks are thoughtlessly thrown at other staff because everyone is "too busy" to learn and do their part. Very old school and man's club mentality. Really need to reconsider the entire culture and how they treat people to welcome new blood. Employees who have been there so long feel like everyone else owes them something and work values are on paper only but not necessarily practiced across the board. Poor management get promoted or moved elsewhere when the seat gets too hot. New hires from the outside beware. It can be tough, intimidating and disrespectful environment. Good luck fitting into the mold. Being at odds with eachother like another reviewer wrote and lacking processes and consistency keeps everyone employed and redoing the same thing over and over and over ... it's a shame really

  • Worst place in Canada to work. Treat you like garbage. This corporation loves employees and management to constantly be at odds. Why is now an exciting time to work here? I'd love to hear their answer.

  • 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.

  • Youre treated like a subhuman. Low pay, not valued, advancement is extremely rare.

  • You are nothing more than a number on a list

  • Family like, good management and staff

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  • The culture at Canada Post can be somewaht confrontational. CPC employs three different unions and that of our clerks--CUPW--is very strong and not always overly cooperative with business objectives.

  • Supports the idea of ​​universal health care and the decriminalization ganja.Penggunaan maple leaf as a Canadian symbol can be sorted through in the 18th century, and are described in the current and previous flag

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