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The work involved the understanding of potential joint benefits in high level business relationships then with imagination and energy pressing ahead to return value to the stakeholders. Tremendous room for relationship growth and endless initiatives to exploit.
Good work environment. The point of the spear of encouraging relationship unity and returned value.
Working within the community was great, I learned alot from the Elders. Management took the time to get to know us and was willing to supply additionally training where needed. The most enjoyable was working within the community.
This is the absolute worst place I have ever worked. This is an extremely unprofessional establishment and if you value your sanity, your life and yourself, do not work for this organization.
benefits, car pool, staff who weren't at the executive level were amazing.
no work life balance, zero communication, disgruntled staff, improper use of staff, unprofessional.
FMFN provided a creative and supportive work culture that encouraged learning and development in all roles. The management is helpful in identifying obstacles and creating solutions in all manner of areas.
My typical workday was to make a trip down to the band office and collect any mail for my department. Distribute the mail. Check my email. Answer any phone calls. Keep a list of all persons present. Make a trip to town for any groceries needed for that day. Create cheque runs for people that attended meetings and date and time stamped all invoices. Booked travel arrangements, filled out paperwork for travel arrangements. Received signatures from the required personnel for invoices. Made copies of those invoices to keep for files. Implanted a system in the office of trips to the band office. Received signatures from payees of the company that were picking up their cheques. Took meeting minutes. Planned events, picked up food/catering. Delivered express mail to greyhound for shipping. Did groceries. I didn't meet everyone because I was a temp and I wasn't introduced to anyone except the management and the people in my department. But I learned to introduce myself to those I met they in turn shared their experiences with me. I enjoyed every part of my job. The hardest part of my job was trying to understand what people were saying on the phone. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting people who would share their experiences about the past and their lives with me.
Provided Carpool, On site Gym, Free Lunch, Did Groceries
48.9 km from Town, Had to Drive There and Back Everyday
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