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27 questions about working at Wawanesa Insurance
Division management in CST horrible, and will not work with personal life issues , medical , children , health issues.
Answered 5 March 2018
Wawanesa offers flexible working hours. Employees typically start work between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m.
Answered by Wawanesa Insurance
3 February 2021
Wawanesa offers opportunities to work from home and for most positions we offer flexible work hours (we understand that not everyone thrives in a 9-5 schedule). In our response to COVID-19, over 90% of our workforce across North America has been successfully working from home, and will continue to do so for time being. The safety of our workforce is our top priority!
Answered by Wawanesa Insurance
3 February 2021
It's simple: Wawanesa isn't going to tell you how to dress for work. That's completely up to you. What matters most is the quality of your work in contributing to Wawanesa's success, not what you're wearing. Whatever your style preferences are on any given day, the only requirement in our dress code is to show up looking neat and presentable for the work you do and the responsibilities you have at Wawanesa. Some days may warrant more professional business attire, while other days can be casual. It ultimately comes down to using your best judgment.For interviews, we typically say business casual - however we want you to be comfortable. We do not expect you to show up in a formal suit and tie.
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3 February 2021
Because you have no life and just need work to keep you occupied.
Answered 14 November 2017
It's simple: No one's going to tell you how to dress for work. That's completely up to you. What matters most is the quality of your work in contributing to Wawanesa's success, not what you're wearing. Whatever your style preferences are on any given day, the only requirement in our dress code is to show up looking neat and presentable for the work you do and the responsibilities you have at Wawanesa. Some days may warrant more professional business attire, while other days can be casual. If you are uncertain about what to wear, talk it over with your leader. It ultimately comes down to using your best judgment.
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3 February 2021
Wawanesa promotes work-life balance and encourages employees to end their work day after 8 hours.
Answered by Wawanesa Insurance
3 February 2021
Every employee starts off with a minimum of 3 weeks vacation and 5 personal days. Please note that these days are prorated in your first year. We also offer 1 community day, which allows you a paid day off work to volunteer in your community.
Answered by Wawanesa Insurance
3 February 2021
Wawanesa offers flexible working hours.
Answered by Wawanesa Insurance
3 February 2021
Wawanesa has a limited number of essential employees working in the offices, however over 90% of our workforce across North America is currently working remotely.
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3 February 2021
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