Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
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  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $650m to $1bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Installation & Maintenance

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Reviews

Manager, Information & Records Management in Buffalo, AB
on 20 January 2020
Was a nice place
the organization had seen an exponential growth and with that came a lot of redundancies, which was some what adjusted in 2017. The current leadership is quite inexperienced and as such make a lot of rush decisions that cost of the taxpayer a lot of money that could have been otherwise directed or realized as savings for the citizens.
Maintenance Electrician in Fort McMurray, AB
on 12 April 2021
Suck ups get ahead
Worked here for years, was a good place. Now hiring Temps and casuals. New policies and now monitoring everything you do and everywhere you go. No procedures or training but accountability on the floor, what a joke
Planner in Fort McMurray, AB
on 25 February 2021
Very poor culture and management practices
Pros: Great pay and benefits. Immediate supervisor and team members were excellent.Cons: Management is run like an boys club where decisions are made regardless of whether they are lawful, ethical or sound in judgement. None of the principles of good leadership (ownership, communication, honesty) were demonstrated beyond the supervisor level. Culture in the workplace is one of silence and poor communication with no emphasis on honesty or excellence in service. No wonder the Municipality has a reputation of being difficult for a member of the public or a business to deal with, they couldn't even demonstrate respect internally. Even when they ask for honest feedback, they don't really want honest feedback even when it is supported by objective data.When people make mistakes they won't admit them, emails go unanswered and instead phone calls are made so that there isn't a written record or anything that can be later FOIP'ed. I can't emphasis how disappointed I was with the leadership in this organization. Supervisors seem to run in fear of managers and the result is a workplace with poor culture and values.
Senior Manager in Fort McMurray, AB
on 5 November 2020
Everyone leaves disgruntled - seriously!
This is a toxic place to work.I was warned beforehand by many in the Region, but I couldn’t resist the money. The RMWB pays well and the benefits offering is second to none. Well, I’ve learned (obviously the hard way) that money & benefits is all this place has to offer. The Leadership consists of inexperienced wannabe’s and once challenged by anyone w/experience - rest assured that individual will be fired without cause and paid to go away and keep quiet. Unfortunately, I saw this done time & time again.The Government of Alberta really needs to step up and take control of the spending and lack of business controls here. Save yourself - look elsewhere for employment.
RMWB User Technician in Fort McMurray, AB
on 27 February 2020
Excellent place to work but no growth
Best place to work if you just want to do repetitive work and stay at the same position for longest period of time with excellent pay and benefits. I was working with one of the best supervisor I worked with so far.

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