It would appear that its situation is more difficult. Let me read the following:
It is interesting that the Royal Canadian Mint stands out from all other small and large institutions with a generally low score for language of work.
That's referring to people's preferred language of work.
It answered “sometimes” for the four following statements:incumbents of bilingual positions are supervised in their preferred official language;
In other words, it is not always the case, or it is very rarely.
managers and supervisors who occupy bilingual positions in bilingual regions supervise each employee in the language chosen by that employee;
We are in a bilingual region. However, it seems more challenging here.
meetings are conducted in both official languages and employees may use their official language of choice during meetings;
This is still the Ottawa region, and it seems that the Royal Canadian Mint is having trouble.
employees can write documents in their official language of choice.
Have you noticed that, especially at the Royal Canadian Mint?
I have no particular grievance against that agency, by the way.