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When can I enroll for benefits?

Full-time permanent employees are eligible to enroll in the benefits plan on the first of the third month following your date of hire.

What Benefits do I receive?

We offer a competitive group benefits package to permanent staff, following the completion of their probation period. Staff is encouraged to make use of our gym facilities and to access a $250 fitness allowance toward sports and fitness memberships. We recently added an RRSP plan which includes a generous company-matched contribution.

What can I do if I have an idea that would benefit our company?

Our “open door policy” means that we recognize that great ideas come from all levels and sometimes unexpected places.  Staff are encouraged to share their suggestion and ideas for improvement with managers.

How do I know the dress code for where I work?

Generally, the dress code is business casual; however, when staff members are involved in construction site work, work clothes are needed.  Safety gear is required when on-site, including approved construction footwear, a safety vest and hard hat.  Employees are provided with a full health & safety training to ensure that they are familiar with proper procedures before going to any work sites.

Is there a formal performance evaluation process?

Performance is reviewed on an annual basis, on or about the employee’s anniversary date.

Does Crozier & Associates participate in any career events?

Crozier & Associates has attended career events at various universities and colleges which support degree programs for our key professional positions.  If you are a student or recent graduate, you may also check with your school’s career guidance office to see if there are any upcoming career events.

Does Crozier provide support for ongoing education?

The company places strong emphasis on continuous learning with appropriate technical and business courses, seminars, and webinars. Our “activity requisition” process enables employees to make a business case for training and activities, which will both enhance their skills and benefit the company.

What is the typical assessment process?

Typically, your application is reviewed by recruiting personnel and then made available to senior managers.  Through this vetting process, we compare your skills and experience with the requirements of the position for which you have applied as well as other open positions. You will be contacted if you are selected for consideration.

How can I prepare for my interview with Crozier & Associates?

We have provided some tips to help you make a great impression during your interview.

Tip #1: Do your homework

We’re always pleased when a candidate has taken the time to learn about us. The fact that you are here on this site bears this out. Take a look around our site and learn as much as you can.  Being prepared also minimizes your anxiety.

Tip #2: Make an impact

When in doubt, it’s a good practice to overdress. Although recent trends have gravitated towards business-casual attire, it’s still appropriate to wear a business suit for the interview for an office position. If you mean business, show it.  And remember…it’s not just what you say, but how you present yourself that makes an impression. Maintain eye contact during the interview, sit up and stay focused.

Tip #3: Be confident

Composure in the business world is crucial. And, an interview is a predictor for us of your ability to handle pressure.  The best advice is to be yourself. Let your positive attributes shine through in your interview. We’re looking for individuals who will thrive in our team-based environment.

Tip #4: Ask questions

Show us that you want to learn more about who we are, what we do … and about the job. Depending on what you ask, it may also prove you’ve done your homework. Before the interview, prepare a list of questions that you’d like to have answered.  After all, this is also your opportunity to determine if the job is right for you.

Tip #5: Sell yourself

Your qualifications got you in the door. Be prepared to talk about relevant experiences, from the workplace, the classroom or volunteer activities that demonstrate the skills and attributes listed on your resume. Specific examples of how you’ve contributed to an organization are definitely of interest to us.

Tip #6: Get clarification

If you don’t understand a question, don’t hesitate to ask us to repeat it. You have a better shot at giving your best answer if you know exactly what we’re asking.

Tip #7: Follow up

It’s good etiquette to thank interviewers for their time. Make sure you get a business card from the interviewer and send an email as soon as possible after the interview. This will confirm your interest in the position.

 

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