Metis Nation of Ontario Careers and Employment
- CEOMargaret Froh
- Company size201 to 500
- Revenue$30m to $130m (CAD)
- IndustryGovernment & Public Administration
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Community & Social Service
Program Coordinator in Toronto, ON
on 23 June 2021
Unsupportive ManagementManagement is undertrained as another reviewer has stated. Poor communication of expectations, hostility, and favoritism. I was constantly unclear about duties as were they. They made up rules and policies on the fly.
Aging at Home Coordinator in Peterborough, ON
on 8 April 2021
Diverse community with lots of movementThe MNO is an amazing organization to work for. You don't have supervisors over your shoulders. Sometimes they don't live in your area it's all virtual. You have the freedom to create your own program. Follow your policy and procedures and you are golden. Can't say enough in one review fight to get a job you won't be disappointed.
Supervisor in Ottawa, ON
on 22 January 2021
A Company Undergoing A Lot of ChangeA typical day at work:-Fairly hands-off management, you're very trusted to work on your own and manage your workload.-Depends on the Branch you are in, as your experience can be wildly different.-People work really hard, and that can lead to a bit of an 'exhaustion' culture.-I disagree with a lot of the other reviewers on the toxic work culture. Yes, there are toxic people like any workplace, but you can easily rise above itWhat you learned:-Great onboarding with online training, lots of systems training-You need to learn to ask for help, you don't ask you don't get it-It's really important to understand Métis culture if you are not a Métis individual.Management:-Your mileage may vary, some managers are really strict, others really lax. I would say, ask what they're management style is in your interview-Most management is overworked and stretched thin-Management really cares though, and wants the best for their clients and staff at the end of the day-They work with HR a lot to get the right answers for peopleWorkplace culture:-It's really changing...they are a non-profit, but recently got Self-Government rights-Varies per branch you are in-Overall, it's pretty good. You need to be persistent and patient here.The hardest part of the job:-Being self-motivated all the timeThe most enjoyable part of the job:-The latitude to do your job
Program Coordinator in Ontario
on 24 November 2020
Not greatIf you’re looking for a mediocre-paying job, with little opportunity to move up, this is the place. The working environment is one of the worst I’ve been in. Management isn’t properly trained, most staff in general are highly sensitive and emotional, and unless you’re friends with everyone, chances are you’ll be gossiped about for as long as you’re there.
Supervisor in Kitchener, ON
on 8 November 2020
Great Place to build a careerI deeply enjoy working for the MNO. Management will give you lots of opportunities to develop skills by asking you to take on special projects/ working groups. The vast majority of people I have worked l in Healing and Wellness branch strive to do their very best and support one another including the management team. Regardless of it you choose to make the MNO your career like I have or you choose to work their for a short while, this employer supports your career development the same.
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