Typical day at work: I have daily tasks such as reports to update, client services, organizational duties for meetings, logistic preparations, etc.
What I learned: To work with a team for a common goal. A smile and a genuine interest in learning generates respect and opportunities to surpass yourself personally and professionally.
Management: I have been fortunate to have had supervisors and managers that were kind hearted and although driven, provided trust and guidance in his/her staff.
Your co-workers: Having had employments that permitted me to work with many different personalities within a team has sharpenned my natural ability to be friendly, cordial and professional with my teamates.
The hardest part of the job: Because I deal with specific legal terms related to policy making documents for the United Nations (for implementing Canadian conventions), it makes it a challenge to deapen my knowledge in the subject matter.
The most enjoyable part of the job: To see the difference that we, in the Human Rights Program, are making in the quality of canadians,
Because I live close to work, I can go home for lunch