MUNICIPAL PROPERTY ASSESSMENT CORPORATION Employee Reviews
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I can not say enough good things about my MPAC career experience. Great company, I was part of an amazing team and the Manager was sure to make the team a priority...not just say it!
Good work lufe balance and support to perform your job
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I loved working at MPAC as the work was challenging which allowed me to learn while working. The environment was very collaborative and welcoming. If I needed any help on a task, colleagues were open to spending time explaining the solution. I would definitely recommend working here.
Good work culture helpful people laid back work culture managers are not well trained overall helpful people and good work culture in terms of learning, you will need financial support but learning is on your own and less contribution from managers
A typical day at work is fast paced, exciting, and it requires a lot of focus to detail. I work with internal and external groups to ensure that the information provided to our company from external sources are completed with accuracy to ensure that property owners across the province have the correct information on their assessment notice. I enjoy working with everyone, and it does require a lot of focus and training to meet the requirements of the job.
This is a great place to work. the co workers are fun and the work itself is not too demanding. Defined pensions and good salary structure. Keep looking for opportunities here. The pickering office is excellent.
Free Pizza. Work from home
No Cons. Mostly property data related.
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good place to work with a good office culture, only con is most positions require door to door contact with taxpayers that could sometimes be contentious. Other than that, great place to work
The startup pace of development in the company can sometimes be at odds with the union mindset of some more senior employees. There is a push for newer technologies but a slower than adoption and learning rate after implementation. Overall the people are very friendly and good to work with.
I am not sure about other department/locations, but this is specifically in the department that I worked in Corrupted environment If they offer you a job, make sure you know what you getting your self into. They might tell you something else in the interview, and expect you to do something else on the job, with no training or right mentors. Although, they claim that they provide training. You will only get the right training, mentors and pair programming, if the managers likes you and wants you to excel. A very toxic environment, does not treat all employees equally. They judge and isolate their employee based on rumors spread by another employee, without ever listening to the other side of the story. If you don't belong to a certain cultural group, you will be seen as minority. There are no development plans here for the projects, with no requirements. The projects are all over the place, with no proper deadlines/severity being communicated to all the employees ahead of time. Either they play around with your job title as not being same as other co-workers or they set you up for failure if they want you out. The managers would claims that their employee had made certain decision,without ever confronting the employee or without confirming. The managers are all lazy, hypocrites and will micromanage you to a point where you mental health is affected and makes you want to quit everyday or make you not come into the work. Huge turnover, people quit after working 5-6 months here,due to the managers ego. They stage their project/work when - more...
MPAC is an independent, not-for-profit corporation funded by all Ontario municipalities, accountable to the Province, municipalities and property taxpayers through its 13 member Board of Directors. Employees are encouraged to work remotely when possible.
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