Ontario Power Generation
Happiness score is 73 out of 100
4.1 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • CEO
    Ken Hartwick
    86%
    approve of Ken Hartwick's performance
  • Founded
    1999
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining, Utilities
  • Headquarters
    Toronto, CA
  • Link
    Ontario Power Generation website
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Rating is calculated based on 225 reviews and is evolving.

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Been retired 5 year. Would love to get work in Ontario
on 3 August 2022
Very good company to work for.
I worked there 33 years and now retired. I enjoy my time there !!I retired with great pension & all benefits. I’m a believer in it’s not what you do it’s more who you do it with !The company and people I worked with where awesome.
Student Intern in Darlington, ON
on 27 July 2022
Good place to work
Good place to work if you know someone in therePros:Good salary, benefitsNegatives:Most work groups are understaffed, lack of opportunities to get permanent job.
Mechanical Engineer in Pickering, ON
on 11 July 2022
Good place to work if you can get a permanent job
Good place to work if you can get a permanent jobPros: Good salary, benefits, unionizedNegatives:Most work groups are understaffed, few opportunities to move within the company
Civil maintenance in Pickering, ON
on 8 June 2022
Long shifts, poor management, low morale
OPG management bends hiring protocols to accommodate friends and family members. Favouritism pits workers against each other. Male dominated environment. Women are not treated equally and that’s coming from a man. Overwhelming procedures slow productivity. Very frustrating environment. High turnover.
Mechanical technologist in Campbellford, ON
on 31 May 2022
Excellent place to work
Please note this review is based on my time as a full-timer not a contract term employee. I worked for opg as a contract employee for approximately a year before I got the opportunity to interview for a full time posting as an external candidate.To start, I studied for the interview for approximately 3 weeks and still found it difficult. The difficulty was well worth the job and suits the position applied for. It was segmented into different parts including but not limited to technical questions, problem solving and behavioral questions. OPG is fast paced and every day brings a new challenge. From general maintenence to troubleshooting old machinery to water control on the trent River, day to day i never really know what to expect. This is what I love about the job. There is lots of opportunity to learn my trade safely, and it feels good knowing that a lot is done to protect my wellbeing while working. The job includes pension and benifits as well as more than fair wages. Couldn't have asked for a better place to work.

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Insights from 128 Indeed users who have interviewed with Ontario Power Generation within the last 5 years.

Favourable experience
Interview is average
Process takes more than one month

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Explained how the Heat sink in the reactor works,

Shared on 6 December 2020

Interviews are very structured, usually asking about specific examples of how you solved problems, faced adversity, etc ... there will also be a section that ask about job specific questions.

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