Saskatchewan Polytechnic Careers and Employment
Director in Regina, SK
on 28 November 2019
It is an okay place to work
I think job satisfaction varies depending on the area you are working in. Some schools/departments have a great experience. Other areas are a work in progress.
Instructor in Saskatoon, SK
on 11 November 2020
Teaching has been my life-long passion. When I first started as an instructor, I was heartened by many of the impressive-sounding policies and the various supports available to students and teachers. As time passed, I started to realize that those initial impressions were nothing but an illusion. Too many of the instructors are overworked and undersupported. I count myself as one of them. At staff meeting after staff meeting, I hear my colleagues express their legitimate concerns to school management but little to nothing has improved because of it. I've come to the conclusion that the leadership may talk a good game but are ultimately toxic. I feel that over the years the quality of the learning experience for students in my program has deteriorated because the instructors are under more stress than is necessary.
Manager in Saskatoon
on 5 April 2020
Not if you want to bring in change
Not a great place, full of union mindset even in uppper management . Lot of cats who want to attack and are Insecure . Lack of exposure in current employees and they are over employed . New and fresh ideas cannot be embraced and lack of emotional support .
Instructor in Saskatoon, SK
on 17 March 2020
Saskatchewan Polytechnic work culture is bad They do not believe in education for their instructors, they do not protect their workers, they do not clean their buildings
INSTRUCTOR in Saskatoon, SK
on 15 March 2020
Management is disorganized with little to no foresight. The organization is full of red tape, with an ineffective training program as upper management is over educated and under advised as to the scope of program provision being delivered at the organization. Work environment differs by department, but in general, after consultation with other department staff, work environment is stressful, and management favors electronics, nursing/ health technologies/ parts management programs. I wish I had not uprooted my life for this organization. They will do everything in their power to deceive you out of fair pay and benefits. constant relationship with union representation is essential to prevent wrong doing by management and HR.
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