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Not professional.
Answered 25 March 2018
Yes your right !Management tried.But if the cultural back ground is against you and its a majority of one race.Be very careful.Choose your battles.
Answered 25 June 2018
Yes. General check..
Answered 1 May 2017
No only at different venues where people vote. You work at different locations during a municipal election.
Answered 24 July 2022
Sick days are accumulated every month and stored indefinitely in sick time bank. After 2 years of employments the rate is 12 hours of sick time every month.
Answered 29 May 2022
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Answered 1 June 2021
Everyone is different no worker is the sameDifferent values different standards / work ethics.Listen to what your workers are saying.Just because someone has been there longer does not mean they are right.When your working as A TCP, An your union.You do have rights.It was shared to me before I left by a Forman plus acting supervisor.As we worked on a busy area is the Horsebay area.I need to go to the washroom. I was not allowed to go till.230pm.I had to go so bad. That I asked the formens right hand person.He turned to the formen said /she asked me to cover for her. The Forman said he would.The next morning I was grateful.for finally getting relieved to go washroom.It was a very wet day too.I shared to the Forman, thank you for relieving me yesterday.For I have not had a coffee break or a lunch break.Or bathroom break at all till 230pm.I thanked him.He said your lucky I gave you a break. Other flaggers dont get breaks.I listened to him as i reflected. He also added that i have to get adult diaper for future for he will not let me go to washroom like this again.I shared well your right. And that's not right for that to have happened to the other flaggers.. but they also are not Union. We are. And after that the foreman changed his attitude towards needing bathroom breaks.Everyone needs to be heard. Sharing what is truly done and said by your longer term employees they are not always right.
Answered 21 June 2019
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