Work wellbeing score is 62 out of 100
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Police call taker in Vancouver, BC
on September 4, 2023
I have been at ecomm for about a couple of years and it has been a rollercoaster. 2 years full of constant put downs over the smallest mistakes, condescending supervisors, belittling dispatchers. I applaud the call takers who have been at ecomm for 5+ years- you are a hero, thank you for what you do. But also- so sorry this has been your life. The calls can be challenging, but it’s the environment...
Civilian call taker in Vancouver, BC
on June 3, 2023
I became my authentic self thanks to my experience as a police call taker.The courses and mentoring offered were not easy. I saw people taking to it easily. I witnessed some from my training group excel. I experienced the intrusive thoughts one gets from comparing my journey with those who seemed to just "get it". I passed mentoring once and doubted myself the second time around. I lacked the...
Call Taker in Vancouver, BC
on March 13, 2023
Employee care is exceptional. The type of work is challenging mentally / emotionally. Great benefits and pay. Long hours and expectations of mandatory overtime.
Call Taker in Vancouver, BC
on August 21, 2022
Basically the title. Everybody complains clear diversity between CT and dispatch. Snitch culture and lack of new employees due to inability to retain staff
Call Taker in Saanich, BC
on March 28, 2021
I was really proud and excited to work as a 911 call taker for e-comm. That all changed once I entered the building as an employee and began working with e-comm. The workplace culture is ego-centered and the communication is fragmented, derogatory and full of behind your back gossip. It is an accepted practice at e-com to "talk about you but never to you" and only provide negative feedback and ...
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Last updated: November 24, 2023
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$33.73 per hour
Average $33.73
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High $51.00


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