The Workshop (Canada) FAQ

Have questions about working at The Workshop (Canada)? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at The Workshop (Canada).

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2 English questions out of 2

November 13, 2019

Does The Workshop (Canada) offer massages?

Pros

There is a dog. If you don't like dogs, well, that is a con. There is a coffee machine?

Cons

Don't be like me. Do not read these reviews and think to yourself "well, that is their experience. Maybe my experience will be different. Maybe these are just some people that have had bad times at the place, and the good/neutral employees just don't feel like leaving reviews. I really need this job." I know what it is like to be desperate for a job, and just take what you can get. Especially in this industry. But this place is not worth it. False promises, late to no payments, a never ending revolving door of other poor souls coming in and out. Abusive management practices. Anxiety. So much anxiety. You will last 6 months (less if you get fed up, of course), because they take advantage of freelance contracts (after 6 months, it's not legal to keep working as freelance, so they would need to take you on as an employee. which they will not... but they WILL lie to your face that they are considering it, for your entire time there). God help you if you are a generalist.

There is a coffee machine?

November 13, 2019

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November 13, 2019

How is management perceived at The Workshop (Canada)?

Pros

There is a dog. If you don't like dogs, well, that is a con. There is a coffee machine?

Cons

Don't be like me. Do not read these reviews and think to yourself "well, that is their experience. Maybe my experience will be different. Maybe these are just some people that have had bad times at the place, and the good/neutral employees just don't feel like leaving reviews. I really need this job." I know what it is like to be desperate for a job, and just take what you can get. Especially in this industry. But this place is not worth it. False promises, late to no payments, a never ending revolving door of other poor souls coming in and out. Abusive management practices. Anxiety. So much anxiety. You will last 6 months (less if you get fed up, of course), because they take advantage of freelance contracts (after 6 months, it's not legal to keep working as freelance, so they would need to take you on as an employee. which they will not... but they WILL lie to your face that they are considering it, for your entire time there). God help you if you are a generalist.

Abusive management practices.

November 13, 2019

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2 English questions out of 2