Alberta Energy Regulator
Happiness score is 56 out of 100
3.5 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $30m to $130m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining, Utilities
  • Headquarters
    Calgary
  • Link
    Alberta Energy Regulator website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 53 reviews and is evolving.

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Senior Analyst in Calgary, AB
on 24 April 2022
An amazing place until the i-Core scandal
AER was fantastic - great downtown location right on the +15, beautiful building, free coffee & hot drinks, zero-waste facility. I also really appreciated the attention to internal communications - that went a long way towards building a strong culture. Things went completely awry once the details of i-Core became public - not sure how it turned out as I left shortly after. If they were able to get things back on track, then I imagine it would become a great place to work again.
Director in Calgary, AB
on 3 July 2022
Great benefits
Leadership is not really focused on strategy, they really like to focus on tactics. Very Stressful work environment. Lack of accountability at the top.
Financial Analyst in Calgary, AB
on 12 January 2022
Great work life balance but no future and Compensation has not risen in 10 years.
It is a great place to learn but if very early in your career in Finance there is not much place to grow here in Finance. The leadership has been in their positions for the last 10+ years so very resistant to change and they create a lot of work that doesn't add any value.
Financial Analyst in Calgary, AB
on 12 January 2022
Great work life balance but no future and Compensation has not risen in 10 years.
It is a great place to learn but if very early in your career in Finance there is not much place to grow here in Finance. The leadership has been in their positions for the last 10+ years so very resistant to change and they create a lot of work that doesn't add any value.
Senior Advisor in Calgary, AB
on 12 January 2022
Great staff, terrible management.
Great staff, terrible management. Management do nothing to help staff, empty promises and zero follow through. Salary freeze for 8 years and counting. Lots of vacation and flex days help keep staff on board, but few are happy with career progression. Outside hires do not understand the business of the regulator. New CEO lacks vision and has zero empathy for staff burnout. Good place to work if you can keep your head down and solely focus on work and are not looking to climb the ranks.

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