Elections Canada
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What is the work environment and culture like at Elections Canada?

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  • I felt it was extremely unorganized. Most had issues balancing our votes for multiple different reasons and many of the full time, permanent staff would not come to assist for an hour. My assigned partner were told it would be 2pm - 5pm for training and 8pm - 12am for the working working hours We were there till 3am

  • Had a good time yesterday. You get what you put in--have a good attitude your day will go faster and smoother than you think. If you're a whiner then it won't.
    Be mentality prepared -- you take short breaks when you can and you will have to stay after polls close so everyone can close their ballots, another hour minimum m so DON'T make plans for after the polls close because you might not be able to make it to them.


    Realize all this ahead of time and you will enjoy it.

  • I have already worked for Elections Canada during previous elections, namely in Octobre 2015 and I found the work environment very positive

  • L ambiance est armonieuse

  • Slow passe, calm and full of suspense.

  • It was quite boring at times.

  • Its confined to a gym at a public school but its fun.

  • Office work,governmen important peopl.

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