District of West Vancouver
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District of West Vancouver Employee Review

Management does what they can for up grading skills..

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21 June 2019
But when hired you are called a temp. And can be fired at anytime with no reason . Till a permanent position comes up. And you have to apply. But if you had shaded previous information about your private life they use it as not to hire you as a full time employee. As usual the ones that is late all the time get moved up to better paying position. You need to be a yes person. Do not share when you are experiencing any kind of abuses. Even raciusm.
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On an cocassion get breakie paid for
Cons
The forman say your luck today. Our supervisor got us a meal.
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  1. Management does what they can for up grading skills..