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Generous benefit package, generous sick pay and personal days, generous vacation and good compensation. Gold plated pension if you can stick it out for 30 years. Numerous training courses provided which will keep you up to speed to changes in legislation and policy. Has an employee assistance plan as well.
Depends on the position you are applying for. Security and maintenance are provided uniforms. Office staff dress slacks and blouse or shirt - not too formal.
What is Toronto Community Housing sick leave policy? How many sick days do you get per year?
When I worked there you could accumulate unused sick days (up to 180 then) and be paid out when you retired if not used. (I was in the union). Very generous for sick time and unfortunately it got abused by some (18 days per year if I recall).