It was a fine first job, but the coworkers are rude.
I worked at the new Saskatoon theatre for 6 months. I had mental health issues that would sometimes impair my work abilities, and I was often ostracized because of that by my co workers. I am specifically talking about the floor staff, but even the rest of the people with whom I didn’t work with, were gossipy and did not do their jobs. A few of the people I worked alongside would say unwarranted mean things about their other works who weren’t scheduled for that day. I once had someone tell me that the others don’t like me because of my “issues”. Aside from that, the management was tough to deal with sometimes. There were a few of them that people would look forward to working with, and others that they would fear. My biggest problem with how things were handled, was the expectations of constantly working. I was on floor, and there was times where I would have copious amounts of work to do, and then there would be nothing left. Yet,they would watch us on the cameras, and tell us to stop talking to each other. If you are choosing to work here, be assured that there will be many point where you will have nothing to do, but will have to find something anyway. It’s tough. Otherwise, the benefits are fine, the job wasn’t too difficult, and you made money. If you are one to dissociate with your co workers, and fake being busy, then you should not have a problem.