British Columbia Institute of Technology
Happiness score is 72 out of 100
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About the company

  • Founded
    1965
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $130m to $650m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Education
  • Link
    British Columbia Institute of Technology website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 99 reviews and is evolving.

3.7520183.6120193.6920202.5720214.502022

Reviews

International Admissions Officer in Burnaby, BC
on 1 February 2022
Great place to work.
It's a good place to work with encouraging people. Students always have various needs to that adds a bit challenges to work with but very enjoyable. Great and timely responses to COVID 19.
General Labourer in Burnaby, BC
on 5 January 2022
Great place to work with good benefits
Benefits are great here. You can get a hold of the benefits package online through their website before you even start to get an idea of what is offered.
Senior Project Coordinator - Energy Projects in Vancouver, BC
on 30 December 2021
This is a clear example of white-collar and blue-collar.
No support from managementNo growthNo trustif you have an issue with your manager, you won't get support from others in the hierarchy. lot's of waste of public moneyOnly job security
HVAC-R Mechanic Apprentice in Burnaby, BC
on 17 October 2021
Toxic union work environment
Toxic union work environment, entitled older workers refuse to work and have little ambition. Wages are beyond low. Leadership from management is non existent, often with the wrong leader in place. Do not work here.
Unspecified Management in Burnaby, BC
on 14 May 2021
Dedicated Staff but an Institution that is Difficult to Make Change In
I was fortunate in my role to meet many that are dedicated to teaching and learning. Not all embraced bringing forward ideas and experiences of an outside institution which made change very slow to impossible. Excluded from key meetings/discussions, making it impossible to meet expectations.Frequently expected to work late evenings, weekends and on vacations to meet multi changing deadlines.

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