I have been working at Alberta Motor Association full-time (More than 5 years)
A pretty good place to work. They are very flexible when it comes to time off and commitments outside of work. Would come back and work here if I ever left.
More family focused and a little slow adapting to the industry. Sometimes gets focused on narrow and small issues.
Advice to Management
Have more opportunities for career growth. AMA is not very good when it comes to talent management of their employees.
I applied in-person. I interviewed at Alberta Motor Association.
The interview was with a panel: hiring manager, hiring manager's supervisor (director) and another manager from the same dept. It lasted an hour and involved presenting a successful project/work. I liked the process and the Q&A session that followed. My suggestion to AMA: please inform all candidates of the outcome of their interview - that's common courtesy and good HR practice. If you call candidates for a final interview, they deserve to know the result. (ironic that marketing needs to told how to communicate :) .
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