The National Benefit Authority
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The National Benefit Authority Specialist hourly salaries in Canada

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26% Below national average
Salary estimated from 1 employee, user, and past and present job advertisement on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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Great place to work.
Pleasant work environment. Management is very patient and understanding of work/life balance. Competitive wages. Staff and management are very accommodating.
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This is a great job if you love helping others. I get a great sense of fulfillment at the end of each day knowing I was able to help Canadians with disabilities!
Pros
Good work environment, interactive staff events, and free snacks and lunches.
Cons
As it is a call centre position there aren't very many opportunities to move around.
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Horrible leadership and work culture
When I applied for this job, I was informed that the pay was $30/hr. However, when I received the job over, it stated that in 2 months, the rate will be reduced to $16.50/hour. That should of been my first hint about how transparent the company is to their employees. I began to work there and training was 2 weeks long which was okay. However, once I began working, I quickly realized that what they had told us our job would be, was not it. They were preparing us for calls that we were only doing less than 5% of the time. The majority of time was spent making cold calls to previous "potential" customers from over 5 years ago. Then, I was asked to switch my shifts (which was great), but was asked to keep this a secret from the rest of my coworkers. A supervisor asking their employee to lie to the other employees for their own sake says a lot about the work culture in itself.Furthermore, leaders were NOT honest with their employees at all. There was a huge cap between lower level employees and higher management because there was zero communication between them which is very essential in the operations of ANY business. However, upper management passed along messages to managers, who passed it along to supervisors, who passed it along to us. However, any questions that we had about that information could not be answered by our supervisors because it was not their information to relay from the beginning. In addition, every minute of the shift was micromanaged. This created a work culture where employees do not feel trusted nor competent, hence the high turnover. Just as a reference, - 
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free pizza, remote
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How much does a Specialist make at The National Benefit Authority in Canada?

Average The National Benefit Authority Specialist hourly pay in Canada is approximately $16.50, which is 26% below the national average.
Salary information comes from 2 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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