Media Technician in 1181 Portage Avenue
In 3 decades the job and work culture changed (To be expected.) Luckily the students and educators always came first.With downsizing the unit became less unified as everyone was doing 3 people's jobs. Bottlenecks occurred as staff prioritized their work flows. Political employees parachuted in had their own agendas. Some middle managers went rogue and had to be sidelined in lonely offices. One middle manager disappeared without a word over Xmas break. Casual staff were treated as disposable. Protecting them from management was very stressful.
Administrative Assistant in Winnipeg, MB
Great Place to Work! Staff are professional! Working for the province of Manitoba has been great! Workload is reasonable. One minute you are busy, and the next you are super busy. It helps being organized. Love my job and love the people I work with.
Systems Analyst in Winnipeg, MB
Good work environementGreat people with vast experience, the difficult thing can be going at a slow pace sometimes, but in general, everyone is supportive and promotes new ideas but the experience can vary from department to department
Wildland Firefighter in Lac du Bonnet, MB
Fun, lots of hours. Morale can be low sometimes Just like the summary says. Sometimes the 24 day in a row aspect gets a little old especially when only given two days off and then back in the bush for the next 24
Specialist in Winnipeg, MB
Political only decisions and Kingdom building makes this an awful place to work. The biggest issue is that there is no consideration for the civil service staff from executive. You can work your but off for years and be demoted at someone's whim. The union is mostly useless and really only cares about receiving your union dues.