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  • CEO
    Don Iveson
  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 434 reviews and is evolving.


User Support Analyst in Edmonton, AB
on 14 September 2021
Fair place to work
There are problems there but they are trying to resolve them.Where I worked, my coworkers were excellent, my internal clients were respectful, and the leadership was generally competent and acknowledged my expertise.
Analyst in Edmonton, AB
on 28 August 2021
Management heavy
Management is not respectful of the employees despite preaching how the City is a respectful workplace. They are backward thinkers, management heavy and are going backwards regarding work life balance. It's like working in the 1970's.
Labourer in Edmonton, AB
on 30 July 2021
A poorly managed downward spiral
If you’re worried about the city of Edmonton wasting your tax dollars at every turn you are right to worry. The bureaucracy is unparalleled and the laziness and incompetence deeply rooted.
Clerical Staff in City of Edmonton, AB
on 18 June 2021
Going down hill
The city is moving to 40 hour w/week with no EDO program eff Jan 2022. They tout themselves as an equal work life balance employer. I guess no more. It was a great program and really helped those with young and extended families and those with medical needs. Although you have job security there is little to no advancement if your not liked through the grapevine. Believe me managers talk. They say there is growth but nothing happens in certain areas. A lot of processes are changed without employee input and it's frustrating to fix things and find work arounds. Department hiring has to be approved by the ELT (Executive leadership team) and they are more worried about their bonus than hiring. Overtime is expected but not paid or rewarded. It's an attaboy reward. Most people skip breaks and work past in order to keep things afloat. When the hours change, and the EDO program is removed. It will be a a horrible place. And many of those unhappy now will leave. It will go from an okay place to an awful place to work.
Edmomton in Edmomton
on 23 March 2021
Not a bad place to work for.Team effort.
Enjoyed my job as well as the people. Being a senior employee it was gratifying to pass on my knowledge and experience to the younger person that will be filling my boots as I am moving on. Will miss you.All the power to ya! Your friend +Ex-coworker. MIC.

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Interview insights

Insights from 212 Indeed users who have interviewed with City of Edmonton within the last 5 years.
Favourable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about a week

Interview questions

Your standard dummy questions by a panel of over paid monkeys . To many white hats hiring their kids and friends

Shared on 11 June 2020

Very job specific and moral ones ex: what would your course of action be if you ran a mower into a tree?

Shared on 20 August 2019

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