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About the company

  • CEO
    Jeff Lyash
  • Founded
    1999
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining, Utilities

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Management

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 202 reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Coal Plant Equipment Operator in Nanticoke, ON
on 19 April 2021
Productive and fast pace good mix of people always felt proud
Job for life great pension always felt they had your back.lots of training always learning lots of room to move up in company they go above and beyond on safety before you do a job they make sure you know what your doing .great benefits clothing allowance and banked overtime
Electrical and Control Technician (RETIRED) in Pickering, ON
on 12 March 2021
Difficult but rewarding
Working at OPG involves a lot of changes and a demanding work environment. The schedule can also be very demanding. But at the same time it can be very rewarding.
Clerical Support in Courtright, ON
on 1 March 2021
Support Clerk
Had a fantastic career and would love to g back but due to the orders by government our location was ordered to shut down permanently. I could have move to stay with the company but my family matters would not allow for that.
Software Developer (Co-op) in Pickering, ON
on 16 January 2021
Awesome place to have an Internship!
From the perspective of an intern I can confidently say that OPG is a excellent opportunity. Off the bat, the salary is competitive. The work is meaningful and although it's a relatively fast-paced environment, it's very work-hard-play-hard. I never felt stressed that if I couldn't reach a deadline I would feel embarrassed. The people at OPG are great as well, my team was filled with great individuals who were vey knowledgeable and passionate about the work that they were doing. The only downsides are that the offices do not have the 'techy' environment that many tech companies have (open space, snack bars, lounges, etc.) , aside from great pay there aren't many official benefits (although a great manager will help accommodate your preferences), and the idea of getting hired post-graduate depends on the size of your team (my team was a size of <10 people).
Work Management Assistant in Pickering, ON
on 30 December 2020
Really Good Environment and Work
I felt empowered and encouraged to work and learn. You get to have a lot of in house training for safety and work culture and get good amount of time to learn and start your responsibilities. My manager was amazing and she really made things a lot easier. Morning huddles, overall company direction and the days deliverables. Rest of the day, work and learn independently while some requests and updates were given. Overall it was an amazing experience. Although my contract was not renewed, I had a very good experience at OPG.

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Favourable experience
Interview is average
Process takes more than one month

Interview questions

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.

Shared on 30 April 2018
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