Province of Manitoba
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Civil Service Employee in Portage la Prairie, MB
on 17 March 2021
Fast Paced, Able to keep busy
Very structured and organized everyone worked as a team knew what their job was and got it finished helped other co workers if needed. Good Schedule Rotations
Correctional Officer in Manitoba
on 10 January 2021
Toxic management and work culture. Extreme nepotism problem.
This is a great job if you are friends with, sleeping with, or related to management, otherwise you are bullied and treated as less than a number. You start part time on call and expect to stay that way for 7+ years, despite them telling you it will be 3 or so. Expect the worst shift rotations for possibly your entire career unless you are “in” with management. Seniority means nothing and the MGEU does not care about you, only padding their own wallets. Promotions mostly happen due to nepotism.People get stuck here due to lack of any other education or transferable skills. It seems okay for the first couple of years. Mental health issues and addictions are rampant. Please consider any other career.
Co-operative Developer in Winnipeg, MB
on 26 November 2020
Lots of red tape - gets in the way of serving the public
A typical day at work will very much vary in terms of the job you are doing. Under the NDP, my job was very much appreciated. I would rate it a 5 out of 5. I really enjoyed collaborating with specialists in various departments. I noted there were two types of Provincial employees...the bureaucrats and the true, humble public servants. Under the PC government, however, all "helping" jobs were eliminated and the focus became about assisting the wealthy, which made my position eliminated. I would rate it a 1 out of 5.
Heavy Equipment Operator/Instructor in Winnipeg, MB
on 29 October 2020
Workplace culture supports opportunities to improve and advance.
Work is construction and project specific, generally engaging with minimal interaction with supervisors/management. Opportunities to learn/advance in the "trade" are abundant. The culture is supportive, appreciative and allows creativity in accomplishing final results. Travel and remote work locations can be stressful. Travel and working with new people in remote work locations were some of the things I enjoyed about the job including the opportunities for continuous learning.
Consultant in Winnipeg, MB
on 6 August 2020
Toxic work environment
The culture is completely toxic and harassment issues are failed to be addressed by management. No trust and dirty double-dealings. Management fosters this toxicity.
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