City of Windsor
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About the company

  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    less than $1M (CAD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Link
    City of Windsor website
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Rating is calculated based on 74 reviews and is evolving.



Lifeguard/Swim Instructor in Windsor, ON
on 31 January 2022
Fun Workplace and Very Ideal for Students
Probably the best place to work for in the area. Don't get stuck working there after graduating though if you're a student since there isn't much room for pay advancement once you've been their for a few years unless your able to land a supervisor role which are very limited and highly competitive.
Vaccination clinic in Windsor, ON
on 5 April 2022
Fun place to work
Had an amazing experience working for the vaccination clinic and would look forward to working for the city of Windsor again! Just waiting for another job through the city
Ontario Works Caseworker in 400 City Hall Sq
on 30 January 2022
Needs improvement
I’ve worked here for over 10 years and sadly, the environment has been falling apart. Lots of favoritism. Management is unprofessional and has become a “boys club.” Lack understanding and education of vulnerable populations struggling with mental health and addictions. The pension use to be good but with all the cuts and changes it’s not competitive for younger generations as it no longer provides benefits post retirement. The wage hasn’t increased in years despite inflation so it’s also not competitive with other employers. The morale barely exists and trainers consist of people who haven’t done the job in years. No diversity in management
Caseworker - Ontario Worker ( caseworker pool) in Windsor, ON
on 16 January 2022
An environment conducive to learning . Approachable and professional management who build you up for success .
The city provides extensive training and then provided supports needed to make it a positive learning experience. The colleagues and management are very approachable and are interested in ensuring you are successful in your position.
Ontario Works Caseworker in Windsor, ON
on 8 December 2021
You can do better
The Employment & Social Services department is ruled by cisgender heterosexual men. Despite social services being a field of helping vulnerable individuals, the department doesn’t value a social work education and operates with a business mindset. There’s no “social services” …it’s all about statistics. Opportunities to move up within the Corporation are minimal unless you’re chosen to be “groomed” - yes, that’s the wording they use. Favouritism runs rampant and there’s no morale left. Management likes to talk about life stabilization for clients but working from a business lens, they lack the knowledge and understanding of how mental health struggles, substance use and other struggles individual’s face impact their ability to secure employment.Hard work isn’t appreciated or valued. The ones who move up are ones who barely do their job. The pay hasn’t improved with inflation and you do not work 40 hours/week so the pay really isn’t all that great or competitive.

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