The City Of London Employee Reviews
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enjoyed working there, made many everlasting relationships with co-workers and others I may have never worked with. was able to perform a variety of different tasks from pooring concrete, repairing brick work, picking up garbage throughout downtown, repairing bike holders and many other maintenance tasks, which made the day go by quicker by always having something to do. everyone is treated with the utmost respect and safety is the main priority as they always make sure every safety aspect is maintained and kept up to date to ensure nothing happens to any of their employees. overall amazing experience working there.
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i left this company because i was unable to balance work life with home life with very little help from the scheduler. there was a lot of politics that effected the personal support workers. as caregivers we got into this role to help people but unfortunately i found myself doing more charting or running back and forth than actually caring for my residents
A typical day at work was scheduling clientele for daily interviews, meeting and interviewing clients, typing notes, filing. I learned how to provide social services to the public. The workplace culture was cooperative and casual. Hardest part of this job was maintaining the caseload. Most enjoyable part of this job was the staff.
work load was high
I loved working at the City of London. I was hired for 4 months in a contract position. I had a terrible experience with my manager there, he was a new hire and had come from a Child Care Program. He knew nothing about the job, and he didn't train me. At the same time, the staff there were not allowed to train me. (Union Rules) As happy as I was to have this position, I ended up quitting the job because of the manager and his disposition.
Love working for the city, always am happy going into work knowing that my fellow coworkers and my higherups are all great people. Good and consistent hours, with the chance to speak to a supervisor about what schedule works best for you within certain limits. Training is always really long and sometimes seems overboard but it does leave you feeling prepared for anything that may occur and provides you with a plethora of resources for a multitude of scenarios you may find yourself in.