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  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (CAD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration


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Collections Contact Officer in Halifax, NS
on 15 June 2021
Excellent Job in Nova Scotia
The Nova Scotia offices (Halifax and Sydney) are excellent places to work. It is a very pleasant environment and management invests significant time into helping/training employees. The environment is very collaborative and almost everyone is willing to help. A large proportion of people working in Halifax are permanent employees and although there is a stigma around ‘lifers,’ the permanents are actually really great. As a new hire who was immediately tasked with working remotely due to COVID, it was very stressful at first but has gradually improved. Management was very patient and understanding with the new hires which was extremely helpful.As others have noted, this is not a regular collections job. This is the best/most interesting collections job available and if you have previous collections experience, you will thrive at this job.
on 10 May 2021
Great work experience
I really enjoyed my time with the CRA and would consider going back. However, trough talking with friends and past coworkers it does seem to be very dependent on which team you land with. That is, most teams and managers are amazing, and some maybe less enjoyable.
Insert Machine Operator in Winnipeg, MB
on 2 May 2021
You are nothing more than a number
Training is atrocious. Hard to become a permanent employee. The training leaves a lot to be desired. When I was training and asking for help, I was told by a manager the cream rises to the top and the rest we drop. That’s when I decided to look for other employment.
Agent de declaration de revenus de société in Summerside, PE
on 30 March 2021
C’est un environnement stable et bien organisé
J’ai toujours travaillé avec plein d’énergie parce que tous les employés étaient gentils et s’entraident entre eux. Il y’a des mauvaises journées aussi mais après tout, nous rentrons à la maison tout en oubliant le passé et espérant réjouir le lendemain.
Multiple Positions in Windsor, ON
on 30 March 2021
Great benefits and work life balance
Poor hiring practices. Hiring is more focusd on filing quotas, rather than on experience.Limited chance for advancement, unless you are a visible minority. Toxic work environment. Poor collaboration among staff as a result of inexperienced management and constant competition for internal jobs. Excellent work life balance, benefits and time off. This is an area where the government is ahead of the curve.

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