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Senior Programmer Analyst in Portage III
on 1 December 2020
SalaryThe problem is the staffing agency took a big portion of the payment, in other word, The consultant got paid in average about 60% or less from the original amount of the bid rate.
Call Centre Agent in Gatineau, QC
on 15 October 2020
Fun work environmentI really enjoyed working with PSPC. I would love to go back and work for the government and join a career with PSPC.Friendly environment, hard working people and very understanding management.
Intern in Real Property Strategies in Montréal, QC
on 8 July 2020
AmazingPSPC is honestly a great place to work. They put their employees physical and mental health first. Great place for students to earn experience. Everyone is greeted fairly.
Visit and Document Control Officer in 2745 Iris Street, Ottawa, Ontario
on 20 May 2020
Toxic work placeRepetitive work. Unsupportive management team. Very little room for advancement or opportunities to learn new skills. Work place culture reminds me high school clicks.
Communications Assistant in Halifax, NS
on 15 May 2020
Enjoyable workplace with coworkers and management that helps you succeedGreat place to work as a young person. I learned a lot during my time with PSPC and would love to work there again in the future. If offered a position with PSPC, I would accept with enthusiasm.
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