Questions and Answers about ICBC

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The workplace culture is horrid. Employees are encouraged to report on each other via an anonymous reporting system. Most managers have very little managerial experience which leads to the situation the blind leading the blind.

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50% pension contribution, 80% prescriptions covered, 100% basic dental, inexpensive life and disability insurance, maternity leave. 20 days holiday.

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The people and job security. Good time off benefits...which you pay for. Great second household income position.

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Most interviews are behavioral based so be prepared to discuss specific examples.

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Extensive background checks, including drivers license to ensure that no suspensions, DUIs or demerits in the driving history.

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Be HONEST and do not make misrepresentations during the hiring process. Base promotions and pay on merit.

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Perks are your co-workers and the opportunity to learn more and the opportunity to move up the ladder for the positive.
In the past I was used as a representative via the Vancouver Sun as to the life of a claims adjuster. I have never thought less of the corporation. I just went trough a two year stink of continues illness due to family related issues that are no longer in my life. I would have preferred to stay but was unable to.

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Tyically no timeline as left open, i.e. may be extended with Union agreement. Quite often these work in to full time for succesful applicants.

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