REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL Careers and Employment
- Company size1,001 to 5,000
- Revenue$1bn to $5bn (CAD)
- IndustryGovernment & Public Administration
The Regional Municipality of Peel is a regional municipality in Southern Ontario, Canada. It consists of three municipalities to the west and northwest of Toronto: the cities of Mississauga and Brampton, and the town of Caledon, each of which spans its full east-west width.
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I have moved around a lot, so it has been beneficial for me as I have worked in numerous areas in Public Health. The training could be better, especially with the work from home aspect. It would be a good idea if a mentor was assigned
After working for a few years for the Region of Peel, I can say that the pay is absolutely great however, that comes with a price. 1. You will start with a 3-month contract, which is reasonable but staying like that for years? Not so nice. No benefits, no commitment. You are disposable... 2. It's absolutely discouraging when you have been doing the same job for a while, getting extension after extension to your contract, but when the law allows for no more extensions, in order to become a permanent employee, you have to go through this absurd interview process where they interview you as you were an external, inexperienced candidate where all of your proven experience, good performance and suitability resets back to zero in the name of "equality". This is to allow everybody in the workplace to have the same opportunity to get YOUR job. In my opinion, that's not equality, that's disregarding the employee's performance and placing him in a disadvantageous position by interviewing other people who might speak well at the interview, but who haven't proven their performance by actually doing the job. Frankly, I think it's ridiculous. Now, if you are willing to spend a few years as a temp -some co-workers at the Region spoke of up to 7 years before becoming permanent-making good money with no benefits, then go ahead. If you are looking for a permanent position because you have the skills, experience and suitability, then no, this is not your place to go.
Excellent place to work. Very nice people to work with. Establishment with very good work culture and work life balance. My manager was very supportive
Great organization with life-balance focus - Supportive environment. The most enjoyable part of the job was the supportive staff and management. Great organization that supports learning and advancement for staff. Has a great team of talent experts who support growth of staff.
Bureaucratic yet laid back. be prepared to go for endless meetings and pust your work into your personal overtime. on the other hand its a great place to work
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