Elections Ontario
Happiness score is 84 out of 100
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    Government & Public Administration
  • Headquarters
    Toronto
  • Link
    Elections Ontario website
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4.2520184.5620194.2520205.0020214.502022

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Finance Officer in Markham, ON
on 2 July 2022
Collaborative workplaces
Overall good experience.Working at Elections Ontario was amazing I met a lot of new people my coworkers were amazing. Got paid really well and I was so amazed. I recommend you should work there.
Information Assistant in Ottawa, ON
on 30 June 2022
It was an amazing place to work at
Working at Elections Ontario was amazing I met a lot of new people my coworkers were amazing. Got paid really well they first paid me $210 then out of nowhere I saw $31 dollars in my account when I saw who sent it, it was elections Ontario I was so amazed. I recommend you should work there
Poll Supervisor in Niagara Falls Centre, ON
on 27 June 2022
Great staff
Work place was very relaxed and had a good staff the tech staff was quick to answer questions. All other staff was very nice and answered all questions in a timely manner as fast as problems had arised.
(SDRO Temporary Assignment in Ontario
on 26 June 2022
Productive and fun place
Great work place and fun to work the salary is good and support is provided all the time all the staff is very helpful the work was fun and the training provided was sufficient for the job.
Poll Clerk in 150 Alton Towers Circle
on 24 June 2022
Stressful depending on the poll location
I worked as a poll clerk on the election day. Along with the Information Assistant and the DRO, we were there for about 13 to 14 hours. Speaking to friends that also worked for the election, your location really affects how stressful the job is. It was pretty calm for me at a smaller location, and not many people came to vote. The training that was provided was thorough but my DRO was very confused and came late.

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