City of Surrey
Happiness score is 69 out of 100
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About the company

  • Founded
    1879
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Headquarters
    13450 – 104 Avenue Surre...
  • Link
    City of Surrey website
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Surrey, BC

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 108 reviews and is evolving.

3.9320194.3620202.7520213.1120224.002023

Reviews

Labourer in Surrey, BC
on 10 January 2023
Enjoyable work and great pay
lot,s of great work opportunities and people but with a mix of driving and on site work. The City provides everything you need other than Boots what is a nice plus.
Community Services Assistant in Surrey, BC
on 15 December 2022
Productive and fun workplace
All the management/employees in higher positions are usually very nice and approachable. You will always find someone who is willing to help or answer any of your questions which can be rare in other jobs.
Building service worker in Surrey, BC
on 11 October 2022
Fun place but needs better pay
Good place to work. Great coworkers and the pace is good. The work is not too bad and the hours are good. 4×10 and 3 days off.The pay needs to be better for the cost of living now though. Overall good experience working here and great memories
Counsellor in RCMP
on 30 August 2022
Quite toxic
Not a lot of opportunity for growth. Management does not care about employee wellness, job satisfaction or retaining experienced employees. Very few work from home opportunities despite them saying they encourage that. Many employees are burnt out, many on stress leave, and people are leaving. They keep positions vacant for a long time in order to save money but it takes it's toll on other employees. Many areas are short staffed.
Lifeguard/Swim Instructor in Surrey, BC
on 3 August 2022
Overall not worth applying
I've interviewed and been with the city for 7 years. Before hand I worked for other city's in the same position. They are welcoming and friendly in your first year there, but after that they have a very toxic workplace environment and management will look for any reason possible to fire or penalize their staff.

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