United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Ltd.
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At the Calgary head office- paid for 7.75 hours including a 30 min lunch break. There are core hours of 9am-330pm but its flexible around those (e.g. you could work 730am-330pm, 9am-5pm, or anything in between as long as you put in your time).

Answered 3 January 2020

Make company more farmer oriented, after all, they are the ones who founded the company and should be the focus as in the 1990's

Answered 9 September 2020

United Farmers of Alberta is always on the look out to bring the best service / product(s) to their customers - I feel United Farmers of Alberta will reach their goal to be in the top ten list for companies to work for.

Answered 6 January 2020

30 min telephone pre-screen interview, 1 hr in-person interview with hiring manager and HR, possible 2nd interview with another manager depending on the role.

Answered 3 January 2020

The work itself was easy and laid back most employees are very good to work with but overall it’s a business so don’t expect any favours as an employee

Answered 25 June 2020

Based on years of employment
0 - 2 2 weeks

3 - 8 3 weeks

8 - 18 4 weeks

18- 25 5 weeks

25 + 6 weeks

Answered 10 September 2019

I highly suggests reading reviews from both sides on Indeed, Glassdoor, and elsewhere before really applying here.

In terms of questions, they will asks you what you know about the company, as well as general and behavioural type questions.

The phone and hiring and HR manager interviews aren't bad. It is the final one where you meet the hiring manger, HR manager, and hiring manager's boss that may provide a negative experience for you - depends on the department though.

Answered 26 March 2019

- CEO cutting corners to save cost of operations, tough management

Answered 8 March 2019
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