BC Hydro
Happiness score is 55 out of 100
3.8 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • CEO
    Chris O'Riley, President
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    less than $1M (CAD)
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining, Utilities
  • Link
    BC Hydro website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 153 reviews and is evolving.



Recruitment Coordinator in Burnaby, BC
on 30 April 2022
Relaxed yet fast paced
We deal with very high volumes so it couls get stressful. The pay could be betterBut theres a good amount of flexibility at work and an understanding and cooperative work culture.
Customer Service Representative - Billing Support in Vancouver, BC
on 22 April 2022
Fast paced and could be stressful at times.
Been with the company since 2020. Could be a little stressful at times dealing with irate customers. You team lead or managers are there for support but you do feel like you’re out there alone at times to fend for yourself.
Senior Engineer in Vancouver, BC
on 25 March 2022
Great place to learn and grow but pay is below market.
Great company overall. Your career is dictated by your manager. If you get a good manager then you’re golden. Somewhat tough to cross train and learn other stuff while on the job. Moving within the company is easy until senior engineer level, need fair share of networking though. Pay can really improve. Senior Engineers get paid 89k which isn’t sustainable for Vancouver Area. No bonuses, meagre annual raises if they happen, no raises in the past two years. Good company as a first job or last job (only 5 years count for retirement).
Team Lead in Burnaby, BC
on 14 February 2022
Company is good but has some challanges
Company is a large company and for the most part have good people. It does however have constant change in procedures, policies and reporting requirements. This causes undue stress on the employees to constantly change how work is being preformed.
Coordinator in Burnaby, BC
on 9 February 2022
Poor management
Management always on the side of customer even if they are in the wrong.Management will look for reasons to get rid of you if they don't like you.

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