BC Public Service
Happiness score is 48 out of 100
3.3 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Headquarters
    Victoria
  • Link
    BC Public Service website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 47 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

CSR - Customer Service Representative in Victoria, BC
on 4 May 2022
its alright for now
flex schedule options, courses to take to advance career. sometimes really long days when they like to pile on the work. lots of talking about solutions but nothing ever changes.
Analyst in Vancouver, BC
on 4 August 2022
A great place to work!
I’ve been working at BCPS for a year now and I can say it’s the best work environment I’ve ever worked in. The only sad part is that the pay is not the highest (especially compared to the private sector) but the benefits and perks alone make it worth it! A great supportive work environment, great coworkers. I really don’t have much to complain about!
Administrative Officer in Vancouver, BC
on 14 July 2022
Very low pay, hard to progress or grow
Very high work load with and no government funding which results in staff working for very low salary compared to other companies. It is hard to move up given the rigorous interview and screening process. If you don’t have one specific skill, you will be screened out regardless if you have other complimentary skills.
Adjudicator in Victoria, BC
on 8 July 2022
Not enough support for draining call center environment, micromanaging
Management does not seem to care about actual issues employee is having. Orders coming from the top down seem to have conflicts of interest as such supervisors are also Union Stewards. Toxic culture where upper management lacks empathy for employee human needs such as medical issues and accommodations due to disabilities. Any Union or HR requests/queries are long wait times, and there is minimal staffing to help meet the high amount of workload and slightly unrealistic expectations for call center staff.
Administration in British Columbia
on 2 July 2022
Toxic work environment, useless union
Management looks the other way from toxic coworkers, you will work for multiple departments outside of your contract agreement for the department you were hired for, which is a massive issue as it’s evident bc public service wants to take full advantage of you. Union dues are pointless as the union rep’s are constantly rotating positions. When I was hired, I became the person with the most seniority in my department.

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