WCB Alberta Careers and Employment
- Company size1,001 to 5,000
- Revenue$1bn to $5bn (CAD)
- IndustryNon-profit & NGO
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Colleague in Edmonton, AB
on 7 March 2020
Don’t listen to the liesWCB AB or “Th Board” as they refer themselves is not what it’s cracked up too be During a 2 day orientation, they consistently brought in a rotating door of people praising how well and great it was to work for WCB, kinda sent up a red flag there by hey give it a shot. During orientation they speak about how they care about their employees mental health and that they have resources and plans in place.... WRONG! Long story short, I was diagnosed with 2 mental health issues and advised my mangers and corporate wellness as I was told I could / should do... DONT! Less then a month later, got pulled into a meeting with HR and got let go for “not being a proper fit with the company”... with no other explanation but oooo was proved with a taxi chit... thanks The work environment is stressful, some of the case managers and adjudicators believe they have been touched by divinity and are rude as heck. The work load is insane and there isn’t a lot of help. Security treats the clients like prisoners and are rude. Some of them are nice but some of them are there to collect a cheque and leave. I feel they are like this cause of the clients they deal but still, treat everyone as you would want to be treated. Overall, don’t drink the Koolaid or trust management and wellness as they do NOT care about you. Stay far away, because you’ll think you landed a stable job and have it taken from under you.
Application Solutions Technical Specialist in Edmonton, AB
on 19 August 2020
Great place to work and build your careerNothing but good things to say. WCB provided my lots of opportunity for growth and provided all the training I needed. Been the best 16 years in terms of work and built many lasting relationships
Case Manager in Edmonton, AB
on 26 July 2020
No, please noThe Directors and managers sell of the corporate culture. Big lie of the organization. Supervisor, brutal. Worst experience employment I have ever had!!!!!!! Do not get drink this kool-aid people!
Medical Secretary in Edmonton, AB
on 9 May 2020
A day at workMy day would start out fine until someone would get into my personal belongings and steal them. I had to smell alcohol on coworkers breath and put up with the floor gossip standing at my desk waiting for me to acknowledge that a gossip session was wanted. The doctors and nurses were all very professional and knew what they were doing. You can't fool them people. There was a lot of jealousy going on between female workers in the office related to who got a raise, who received a promotion, how nice you looked in your daily work outfit etc. The supervisor at the time played favorites and if you weren't one of them you paid dearly. I have no idea what it's like now. It is hard to ignore when it's thrown right in your face and if you try to stay away from it all you are even more hounded. I left due to such immaturity. If I were a bit older at the time, I would have been more able to deal with the stuff that goes on behind those doors. If there had been more people in the higher positions to go to when something went haywire, it would have been a lot less stressful and my rights would have been respected. I could have worked there until retirement and had some kind of a pension, but I just thought hard about it and realized I couldn't work in a place like that. And that's the whole truth as I see it.
eBusiness Analyst in Edmonton, AB
on 12 February 2020
Stressful - Not Worth Time or MoneyIntegrity and ethics of management is questionable when it comes to decision making. Management is not supportive and it would take many years to advance to the next level. Do yourself a favor and keep looking, as the stress of watching humans treat other humans unfairly is not worth your time and money.
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