Technical Safety BC Employee Reviews
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Their customer service management team was a clique that ran the place to the ground. The director who managed customer service was not a good leader and lots of favoritism was shown to men of the same race and back ground.
Bad management, immature leadership
The work life balance and pay is reasonable at this company, so if that is your employment priority they are a good choice. However, the leadership does not have a clear plan on organizational priorities, so trying to understand the practical relevance of what you do will be confusing. This contributes to a general frustration among the employees, which has established a very inwardly focused toxic environment. Sadly, there are many great people but poor leadership.
Good salary, good work life balance
Toxic people culture, confusing priorities, lack of progress with corporate goals
Technical Safety BC is okay. You have lot of opportunity to learn something excited, but also need to support legacy systems as well. Good work life balance, managers are good at least when I worked there, good benefits but actual salary is appalling. That is the main reason I left.
Little to no autonomy as to how you perform your job. Regimental, prescriptive, and relatively cheap in regards to work enjoyment. Poor training program and resentment prevalent between management and employees. People in charge do not understand actual inspection process.
Great salary, benefits and management. If you are a performer, you’ll easily excel. Supportive management, great work culture with fun activities throughout the year and a work life balance that allows you to be connected with your family. I’ve seen great, quality individuals excel at Technical Safety BC. If you are just looking for a job to sit and do nothing and get paid- this isn’t for you. Must be why there are so many bitter reviews
Numerous restructuring changes in the past 2 years - too many to list. Client care department has seen a change of leadership, and the work environment/employee satisfaction has since been going downhill. Many client care employees leaving the company, even after years of loyal service. Regional office client care employees are micromanaged and are required to track every moment of their work day using more than one reporting/tracking platform. Their moment by moment reported tasks, including trips to the washroom, are then displayed on a large screen in head office so that remote management can keep an eye on their work efficiency. In addition, though not thoroughly expressed in the job description, the regional office CSR is now a call centre position.
Too many changes to keep up
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constant changes with good people losing jobs because they are not in the cliques. In 2 years they have had so many re-organizations and let so many people go. The culture is toxic and employees are not happy. A review of management should be done on work practices and fairness.
The company's quality scores dropped when they let the "good" casuals go. The problem is the union is they keep their "friends" but as they can see you can't train old dogs new tricks! Couple department leads have bad tempers especially when you make mistakes, mistakes due to problems with their software and slow system. Issues they know but won't fix but will put the blame on you! Bad all around. Not worth it for the high stress-level, minimum part-time hours, and loads of ework they send to you daily. Get no benefits as casual so beware! Business leader is new and acts like she knows nothing...
Re-modeled the organization for good, They pay very good for the positions they hire, give you excellent benefits. There is lots of miscommunication and lack of commication between departments. The staff and management is the best ive seen so far.
Less stressful job, cares for its employees
Less organized but getting better now.
Inspection and compliance is being left up to the individual employer. Inspections are risk based but the risk factors are not based on individual plant idiosyncrecies. Too much time is spent on data entry by highly qualified inspectors when someone with better typing skills would be more efficient.
Allowed to work without direct supervision as long as work meets acceptable standards.
Company lacks focus and direction.
I worked with great people in this company, knowledgeable, helpful, funny, A variety of clients; I learned something new every day. There was a variety of work to be done and always something to learn.
Independent work environment
Sometimes not enough hands on support from upper management as they were in a different office.