Camp Leader (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 20 March 2018
Working youth camps provided an opportunity for me to manage 60+ kids by making daily practice plans, and assigning coaching roles for other employees. I loved the atmosphere of working with kids, but at times it could be difficult managing the many personalities of the campers.
Inconsistent Management and Culture of Us vs. Them
Dispatch Officer (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 4 February 2017
The saving grace is it is unionized. In 2 yrs of employment I went to the union at least ten times. The do not address mistakes or performance correction effectively. Rather they talk about it behind closed doors and you never know what happened, what is being said or even what mistake you made. I had complaints from my team members go straight to Management and not address the issues with me. These were small issues, difference of procedure, but could have been cleared up the first time it was an issue. I found out six months later that it was an issue.
Office Clerk (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 12 January 2017
My time was a struggle because I was new. I was never given a chance to show my skill set. Once I complete my maternity leave contract I wasn't offered a job no matter how hard I tried with interviews.
Managerial Stats Lab Instructor (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 24 April 2015
Taught excel based lab to first and second year students. This job allowed me to boost my confidence in public speaking. The most enjoyable part of the labs were the opportunity to interact with many students from all walks of life.
I really like the enviorment of the University since everyone seems to be really kind and open minded.
Minor in Buisness (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 17 September 2014
I am not working at MacEwan but doing a minor in Buisness. I am learning how to work with Canadians mostly and it is the first time I work with Canadians, I like the way they work and it is not that different from working with a European. I really enjoy working in a multicultural enviorment.
lab monitor/book shlever (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 25 June 2014
Productive and educative workplace. My supervisors were very helpfull, as i able to gain valuable skills from them for example organisation and time management. The hardest part of my job was standing for extended hours while shelving books. I enjoyed the interactions i had with my collegues and supervisors at the workplace, it was a friendly and hospitable vibe