Type of Jobs
“When I was first employed by Talent Savvies Inc., I was under the impression that this will be another 9-5 job and all I needed to do was to meet the objectives set forth, but it turned out I found another family. I loved to stay longer hours just because of the environment and how friendly everyone was. My six months tenure with TSI was a tremendous experience and it passed like 6 days”Francisca J.
“Very friendly people, organized. Management has an open door policy and they are always available to talk to me whenever I call them, from day one they have always made me feel like an important member of the team."Christina T.
“I have worked for many different agencies but people here are very nice and friendly. I have been working for TSI for 7 months now and within that timeframe I have established some great relationships and gained lots of management support”Diana P.
“I truly appreciate for the opportunity TSI has given me. After graduating from University, I didn't know what to do and where to go and I had very limited resources on hand. I looked for jobs for few months and tried many different sources but none of them worked. One of my friends recommended me to step by and talk to one of the Staffing Consultants of TSI and when I went to TSI I felt it was the best decision I have ever made. After my initial interview I received a phone call the next day for an assignment next day."Geeti N.
Employee ExpectationsAs an employee of TALENT SAVVIES INC., you will be expected to:
If you are unable to report to work or finish your shift, notify us immediately by phone or e-mail. Failure to do so will result in your termination from TALENT SAVVIES INC.
The Canada Labour Code provides an employee with three basic rights:1. The Right to Know
You have the right to be informed of known or foreseeable hazards in the work place and to be provided with the information, instruction, training and supervision necessary to protect your health and safety.2. The Right to Participate
You have the right and the responsibility to participate in identifying and correcting job-related health and safety concerns.3. The Right to Refuse
You have the right to refuse dangerous work if you have reasonable cause to believe that: a condition exists at work that presents a danger to yourself; the use or operation of a machine or thing presents a danger to yourself or a co-worker; the performance of an activity constitutes a danger to yourself or to another employee.
Health and Safety
Health Canada operates a hazard communication standard called the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) in order to protect the health and safety of employees. The WHMIS system groups hazardous materials into classes or categories based on the type of hazard which they represent. These materials are also called controlled products. Each category has its own hazard symbol and it is important that the worker be able to recognize these: