Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 2 February 2019
Fantastic university, great place to carry out your research in a very professional environment. People around you will motivate you in a constructive way. Toronto is an expensive but very enjoyable city.
Supportive Co-workers with laissez faire leadership
Communications Administrator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 January 2019
Job security was precarious with minimal supervision and support from department heads. There was minimal communication between the associates and the head of the department. Which caused unrealistic time and work expectations for administrative staff.
University of Toronto Cosplay Club President (Former Employee) – 27 King's College Cir, Toronto, ON M5S – 15 January 2019
The hardest part of this job when there was drama, and trying to help each person affected caused lots of stress on the exec team. The most enjoyable was being able to teach and reach out to people who like to cosplay and show them some skills that would be useful. There is no pay.
NSERC research fellow (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 January 2019
Amazing place to work, I got to do many different projects. Coworkers were amazing. Time is flexible, as long as I do the 40 per week I can come at 9 or 10, leave at 5 or 6 etc. Lunch time is flexible too.
Cons: The grad student I worked with was a bit of a micromanager Wage is low, I got under 6000 for 4 months of work
Translator and Interpreter (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 December 2018
So far I enjoy working at this department. As I get to work with different dialects and people through transcriptions/translations. I get to meet a lot of new students from around the world by working with them online when they send me links to work on.
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 27 November 2018
It was a good experience got to help a professour out. I Organized their paperwork for writing assignments plantar calendar for interviews and called and kept tract of the people that were to be interviewed.
COURSE INSTRUCTOR (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 November 2018
Overall the university provided me with extensive training that will serve me well in both academic and non-academic settings. This training included experience with qualitative and quantitative methodologies and modes of data analysis as well as a strong theoretical background.
Universal Design for Learning Strategist (Former Employee) – Impact Centre: University of Toronto – 29 October 2018
Grateful for the opportunity. Looking forward to more time to consult and offer my services.
Hardest part: sexual harassment culture.
The work environment is comprised of a multiplicity of aspects. I'd like to support workplaces and educational environments with sexual harassment best practices and other best practices. There was an incident that occurred this past summer where I had to stop working completely, and my contract ended as a consultant. This was during my caregiving to my mother who has a brain tumour. This was not handled well. There is work to be done.