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8.5 to 10 hrs a day

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Management. I have witnessed many managers yell at employees in public settings. You can't even say hello the to ED, you will later get in trouble.

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Preparing for an interview starts with reflection on these questions and considering your feelings and thoughts. Of course recognizing the truth and reconciliation teachings and having the cultural sensitivity course.
What would be different in adjusting here as opposed to working and serving with urban aboriginal population. Awareness of some of the larger issues across our country.

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The culture of the employees is good, they are kind and helpful, especially the cultural grandmothers. The management created a poor culture though tattle taking on other employees, not allowing an employee events group to bring up the spirit of the company.

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No guarentees, sometimes expect unreasonable hours in the height of event season. Then you don't hear from them for months. Not for consistent employment.

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They ask about experience working with native people.

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