The work in itself is fast paced, exciting, and having to deal with legislative issues that are in the works, and having to attend parliament sessions and hearings can be quite exhilirating for those with this particular bent of mind. Needless to say, working at the House of Commons presents you with the opportunity to build good lasting bonds with some of the most important people in the country.
Training level is abysmal for a job that is quite important. Salaries are basic, and there is a vast and cumbersome bureaucracy to deal with to get anything done. Internal communication is very bad.
Youre working at the House of Commons!
All of the work assignments are something to look forward to as they deal with relevant matters. There is always something new to delve into and learn more about as well as people to see and even places to go.
Internships are not paid, so this causes a bit of an issue when trying to find new employees. The hours are long and the work day can become a bit tedious then. Employees don’t have a lot of say when it comes to rating their performance and awarding increases based on their overall rating.
Some people tend to isolate themselves when they start a new project and don’t want help from anyone.
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