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The pay and salary will keep you. There is need for a social life in order from getting a person suck in the Job Culture. Good place to work at. Overall a very good work environment. Some "stale" staff holding positions that could use some new blood.
It's not perfect, but nor is the private sector. I was pleased by how well many processes moved forward. There were still some that slowed things down and could be improved upon. Unless you were in Operations and something went down overnight, you were not needed off hours.
Best place to work, fair or above average pay, good employees to work with, benefits are the best, had good management, sometimes opportunity for advancement if I really wanted but I like working close to home. Great pay and hours.
Work life balance was easily achieved when working within the government. Bereavement and sick days given when needed. Ability to work a compressed work week for extra time at home with the family.
I would describe my former place of employment as a professional environment with high expectations. As a Probation and Parole officer , my day was filled with shifting priorities and demands I routinely supervised a large caseload of more then people and wrote numerous reports for various judicial and quasi judicial bodies including the Ontario Court of Justice , the Superior Court of Justice and the the Ontario Parole and Earned Release Board. I was also actively involved in processing various enforcement responsibilities and gave evidence on numerous occasions.
I began my career in a satellite office and finished in a District office. As such I had exposure to working independently as well as under the direct supervision of an Area Manager. I have had the pleasure of working with some exceptional people as well as exposure to rather caustic and negative people but always managed to display a pleasant and co operative outlook.
I truly appreciated the ability to work independently without much oversight and felt that I had my employers confidence to do so in a meaningful and constructive manner. The hardest part of the job was constant exposure to negativity and violence. I supervised people convicted of every conceivable crime crime at 15 minute intervals, 8 hours a day , I did not enjoy charging people as I fully appreciated the negative impact to them , balanced by the need to protect the best interests of society.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the realization that I was actually helping people and enabling them to live a crime free life style.
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