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Working with clients and partners, the National Research Council Canada (NRC) provides strategic… Glassdoor


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NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL CANADA Ottawa

As a federal employer, NRC offers the opportunity for a much greater work-life balance than most industrial facilities, and a cleaner environment… Glassdoor


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    Fear-based institute that's behind the times in management/retention; experience in-the-news topics via panels/lectures

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    Former Employee - Associate Program Officer in Washington, DC
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    Pros

    Committee Study topics and panels
    Close to the action of politics and policy
    Lectures series are hot curent events/topics

    Cons

    fear-based company
    Information is hoarded
    unclear goals; looking good cuts quality
    Endless rules prevent staffers from doing so much as ordering a stapler without permission
    management creates distrust and confusion among staff

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    A good agency uses open communication, not fear & intimidation to get results / create positive work environment
    As a publications company, supply tools/ materials and equipment that will fit the real daily needs of staff / committee

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