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About the company

  • Founded
    1877
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Education

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Rating overview

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Reviews

Arabic Teacher (Volunteer) in Winnipeg, MB
on 6 June 2020
Fun workplace
It was a volunteer work as Arabic teachers for kids just one day per week on Saturday for two hours ,it fun and nice culture you want to work in . The kids was very nice and helpful.
Electrical and Life Safety Manager in Winnipeg, MB
on 4 June 2021
Run Away
Horrible. Director has no clue what to do with employees, Verbal abuse, first place I've worked where the employees tell management what to do, Other manager abusive, swearing and yelling but he buys Starbucks for the Director so he is golden. I could go on but why, if you like a slack attitude as a worker and politics this is the place for you. Absolutely no innovation and safety, 1970's mentality.
Entry Point Screener in Winnipeg, MB
on 9 December 2020
entry point screener
categorized as “student office assistant” means we’re basically nobodies on campus, zero job benefits and unorganized management. Cutting them some slack as this is a brand new COVID position but we have no on-site supervisors 99% of the time and have to figure everything out ourselves, then the supervisor tells us what we should have done. High turnover as it’s an unskilled position with no benefits or job security, we’re given no clue how long the position will even last. No priority given to people who have worked here longer, they keep hiring new people so they can give us less hours/shorter shifts and cut down on overtime pay. I lucked out and got some amazing coworkers but I’ll be quitting as soon as I have a full time position lined up. Also for some reason students are paid less than non-students for the same position and duties??
Research Assistant in Winnipeg, MB
on 29 May 2020
Only paid as a beginner always
Only paid as a beginner always. No hope for job security. No promotion. Specially if you are a research associate, you are left in limbo. Never expect to get what you deserve.
Part-time Graduate Research and Admin Assistant in Winnipeg, MB
on 17 May 2020
Fast paced with learning opportunities
I have worked at the University of Manitoba as a student researcher and administrative assistant for a total of 10 years during my Masters and now my PhD. There is always something different to do every day. Some days its lab work, others its administration. My time working here has also allowed me to help with publications, write some of my own, and even go to archaeological digs as a member of the team while working. The most challenging aspect of the job is that it can be time consuming, stressful and fast-paced at times. However, these periods are short lived and the job is very rewarding.

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Interview is average
Process takes about two weeks

Interview questions

Mostly related to your interaction with peoples and following instructions given by the professors.

Shared on 7 September 2018

- if you were in a stressful situation how would you react - if you could be anything what would you be? - strength/weaknesses - value as a teamplayer

Shared on 15 February 2018
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