This was a good foundation for development within the field of how to capture documents onto a database, storing documents and meeting deadlines.
Data Capture Clerk (Former Employee) – Cape Town, Western Cape – 1 March 2018
I would start my day at 07:30am till 4pm diligently and I would query higher authority or colleagues with longer experience which documents for the day needed to be captured into the database and where it needs to be stored. I had learned the importance of process orientation(complete what needs to be done and sticking to the process will enable me to meet deadlines) and how to adapt to environments(ethical).The management of work had been efficient when sticking to the process of capturing and storing of sectioned documents diligently. The workplace culture had been sophisticated(professional/ethical) and supportive social engagements.The most enjoyable part of the job was that there were no problems in the workplace(colleagues/authority) or the job and I would regard getting to work on time is the hardest part but manageable at the same time.
Assistant (Current Employee) – Prince Albert, Western Cape – 14 August 2017
Clock in at 07h00 and at 07h15 I go to the daily morning meeting were we discus what the job for the day is. I learned how to work with challenging students and how to help them with there school work and how to work with different individuals The workplace is a friendly environment where we have different tasks every day ranging from administration tasks to helping teacher in lessons with group work. The hardest part of the job is to assist teacher with challenging students. Is to work with the children and to develop there character so that they can know what they want to become in life.
Internship (Former Employee) – Cape Town, Western Cape – 19 July 2017
Working for the government was stress free and easy. My work colleagues was very nice and helpful, I learned a lot through them. The hardest part of the job was getting so early up in the morning to dodge the traffic. I enjoyed working with my colleagues because they made my day at work a happy one and I wish I could get another opportunity to work for the Western Cape Government again.
Free Lunch, Free Tea Breaks
Higher level colleagues have a bad attitude towards lower level colleagues.
Laboratory technician (Former Employee) – Cape Town – 19 April 2017
High salaries, low work, high training; if you can get through the nepotism and affirmative action. The bureaucracy will hamper any clerical submissions, but no one seems to mind blaming it - for example, waiting for a month for a computer terminal - as it means more time watching series and films on your mobile.
Engagement at strategic level with stakeholders in the province
Assistant Director Middle Manager (Current Employee) – Cape Town – 5 February 2017
A great place to work and learn about skills development on a strategic level as well as about the education pipeline from general to post-school education. Identifying the gaps between supply and demand and addressing systemic issues to minimize the gap was is the most enjoyable and hardest part.
It is a professional environment to work in which trains you to always remain proficient in the workplace, it is seen as a huge benefit.
Intern/Personal Assistant (Former Employee) – Cape Town, Western Cape – 25 January 2017
My work space has given me the opportunity to enjoy what I am doing including the rest of the staff that are very friendly and do not ill treat anybody lower or higher than themselves. It is with great pleasure to work in a professional environment and to broaden my horizons to get experience in the career field I would like to grow in.
excellent workplace with high ethics and standards
Senior Administration Officer (Former Employee) – Cape Town, Western Cape – 7 November 2016
Early in the morning, before starting time everyone will greet each other. The work-ethic was very high, everybody start on time and push for the highest level of production.
We have set days and time for staff meetings. The supervisor would enquire now and then on difficult tasks, in order to assist. The co-workers are all very friendly and helpful. We all were subject to strict turn-around times for task -completion.
The hardest part of the job was to deal with difficult clients, who appears to be unreasonable. I managed to exercise great patience and personal care to clarify any misunderstandings with clients.
The most enjoyable part of the job was when clients understood policies, work processes and procedures and expressed satisfaction afterwards.
Accounting Clerk - Assets (Current Employee) – 34 Roeland Street Cape Town 8001 – 23 September 2016
- Never know what to expect, new challenges daily. - Learned to deal with the varied challenges by implementing controls to mitigate any risks involved. - Management supportive - Co workers very knowledgeable - Having to wait on others for information to complete my tasks - The most enjoyable part of the job is problem solving and people interaction.
intern/office manager (Former Employee) – Protea House Building Green Market Square – 22 August 2016
Everyday was managed and set out perfectly, Everyone new what had to be done and they made sure it was done. I've learnt the fundamentals about running a workplace through my internship. When I was appointed as office manager I learn that everything as a certain process. Hardest part was controlling everything at once but i soon got use to it. The most enjoyable part of the job was the fact that everyone was treated as equal whether you were a intern or supervisor,.
HR Clerk intern (Former Employee) – Cape Town, Western Cape – 27 April 2016
Everyday is a working day productive and also challenging. It requires one to manage time effectively and do tasks delegated on time and stay focus and energetic.
The climate is good and it's easy to adapt to the culture of the department. The management is very welcoming and the co-workers are great and very assisting. The most enjoyable part of the job is that it enables one to grow and to develop and exposes you to other departments.
Internship (Current Employee) – Cape Town, Western Cape – 20 April 2016
i have learn alot her and i have grown not just physicaly in a emotionaly as wel. i have upgreaded my skills on working with computers and tyiping documents. i wake up everyday with a confident becouse im looking forward to learn new things at work.
IT Intern (Current Employee) – Cape Town, WC – 27 January 2015
Filled with mentors willing to teach you whatever it is you want to know or learn about. One can just consult them and they will gladly be of assistance. I have been given my own mentor to assist me with any queries and questions I may have. I enjoy it here and would come back one day when I have the proper qualifications.
Intern (Current Employee) – Langebaan, WC – 11 December 2014
A typical day at the work place starts at 08:00 - 16:30. Where I would set up the computers for the users to have access to it. I learned to adapt to different circumstances and to different personalities. My telephone etiquette and working with people got better, since I helped out at the Thusong Centre when our centre is not busy. I've got to know so many people through communicating verbally and non-verbally. I get along with all my co-workers.