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Homeland Housing Employee Review

Would never work for CUPE union again no one even knows who the union reps are

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10 February 2020
As a casual you never really have the same shift there's like 50 shifts to train on and if you don't know exactly what your doing people treat you horrible
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Cons
Every one is so poorly informed about the proper PPE in certain rooms therefore spreading it around.
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Lunches were $2
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