Flexibility, no more problems with understaffing (the City is very notorious for overworking their employees), better pay, room for advancement, job security (permanence over contract work), better medical coverage, less rigid management structureAnswered 28 December 2019
What would you suggest City of Toronto management do to prevent others from leaving?Asked 18 March 2017
Be flexible where permitted in terms of work schedule to allow better work life balance, stop this practice of understaffing - replace employees when they leave or retire to avoid making workload unbearable on remaining employees, encourage and inform employees of professional and personal development opportunities that are available to themAnswered 28 December 2019
If you were in charge, what would you do to make City of Toronto a better place to work?Asked 12 February 2019
I will treat everyone with respect dspite creed,colour or race as we are all human beings.Answered 9 February 2020
In unionized positions, your first sick day is unpaid after three occurrences. 20 days at 100%, balance at 75%. Unused 100% days can be carried over to next year at 2 to 1 to add more 100% days.Answered 6 March 2020
Know what the city policies are. listen keenly to the questions that the interview panel is asking in your verbal interview; before that know the position you are applying for because there is first a written interview. the question could be (1) with several parts to it or just a scenario questionAnswered 11 June 2019
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