Alberta Energy Regulator Employee Reviews

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Would not recomend
Continuous Improvement Business Partner (Former Employee) –  Calgary, AB29 November 2016
A lot of egos as the industry is now regulating itself and have pushed out most previous employees to plant employees from industry. Huge conflict of interest
Pros
Work life balance
Cons
You're just a number
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Culture And Leadership challenges
Business Analyst (Current Employee) –  Edmonton, AB6 January 2016
The AER is a smart, fast, dynamic company that is making great strides in energy regulation. The work the company produces is top notch but the challenge with the AER is the culture and leadership.

The philosophy at the AER is to create a group culture with full participation, equality and collaboration. This is an excellent idea. What occurs in practice is unfortunately far from that. The leadership styles displayed at the AER are top down, directional, constrictive, not positive, blame based and confining.

Despite a great many number of talented, and exciting coworkers the leaders, managers and higher ups make working for the AER stifling.
Pros
Flex days and work life balance
Cons
Leadership and Culture
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Day to Day business at the Alberta Energy Regulator
Business Analyst (Former Employee) –  Calgary, AB17 August 2015
Working for the Alberta Energy Regulator, every day is different. Core business day to day functions change constantly with new and exciting projects/issues/software's etc.. All employees work as teams to collaborate ideas and put forth their best to create the best we can of whatever is the piece of work being worked on at that time.
Management is always their to help their employees succeed and grow to their fullest potential, offering what they can and have an open door concept.
I enjoy working with all aspects of the business and learning different core functions.
Pros
Choosing own working hours
Cons
Long over time hours
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Great experience for entry level
Human Resources Assistant (Former Employee) –  calgary, alberta10 February 2015
It gave me the experience I needed going into the industry for the first time. Having helpful employees definitely made the job more enjoyable. I would always be learning something new everyday, which is accomplishing.
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Productive
Land Administrator (Current Employee) –  Edmonton20 January 2015
-At a desk doing applications for 8 hours on 2 screens with many different programs up and running.
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Productive Fun loving action packed
Industrial Engineer (Current Employee) –  Edmonton, AB16 August 2014
So far so good..... AER is new, so, a review at this stage is premature.
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Great summer experience, open work atmosphere
Field and Operations Group - Summer Student (Former Employee) –  Calgary12 June 2014
The work environment was very respectful, and open to personal input.
Pros
flexible work hours
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Overall rating

3.6
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4.6
Salary/Benefits
3.7
Job Security/Advancement
2.8
Management
2.4
Culture
3.2

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