City of Toronto
Happiness score is 71 out of 100
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  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $12B (CAD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Link
    City of Toronto website
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Rating is calculated based on 788 reviews and is evolving.



Swim Instructor/Lifeguard in Toronto, ON
on 20 May 2022
Great place to work if your young and need a job
You are able to work different sessions allowing you to be flexible with when you work. The Supervisors are helpful, and have a fast reponse time through email.
Waterfront Lifeguard in Toronto, ON
on 27 April 2022
High-school drama
I worked as a waterfront lifeguard at the bluffs, it's one of the most intense beaches which would need one of the most supportive non drama and that was not the case, supervisors were immature, poor communication made the job dangerous, I ended up in the hospital due to intense training, bad communication and anxiety. Did not feel safe, you felt guilty for recovering from wounds. Most of the staff in other beaches were injured and still working. Quitting was almost to impossible. I just walked away and never came back.
Community Youth Leader / Leadership Instructor in Toronto, ON
on 19 April 2022
Good job lots room to grow and network you meet great people working with the city never hesitate to answer questions sometimes managers aren't easy to deal with but it's a very relaxed job for the most part
Solid Waste Collection Operator in Toronto, ON
on 19 April 2022
Easy money
Its hard work but you get to go home at a decent time every day and its 4 days a week. Had a lot of home time, felt like I was working a part time job and still got huge paychecks every pay. The supervisors dont bug you and leave you alone. No micro managing at all from my experience. The job is physically hard but its simple.
Parks and Recreation in Toronto, ON
on 17 April 2022
Great opportunity!
I worked there for a season and hope to return after covid politics are removed but it was a great job with good people. I learned a lot and look forward to my next season.

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Interview is average
Process takes more than one month

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Most of question is about cleaning chemicals use and the electrical tools one more thing how deal and take care of the client

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