Workplace Safety and Insurance Board
Happiness score is 59 out of 100
3.8 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Founded
    1914
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Headquarters
    Toronto
  • Link
    Workplace Safety and Insurance Board website
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Administrative Assistance

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 163 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

HEALTH CARE PAYMENT SPECIALIST in Hamilton, ON
on 6 August 2022
Overall great work experience
Great job, above average compensation and outstanding benefits. Workload is evenly distributed and work is overall rewording. Manager I had was amazing and approachable and really advocated for temp employees
Adjudicator in Toronto
on 29 June 2022
A fast paced environment.
The salaries are attractive, the caseloads are ridiculously high and management's attitude is "that's why we pay you the big bucks." The benefits have been reducing over the years as the employer's standards change. Your time at your desk is clocked, your work on the computer is monitored as well as your phone calls. I have worked there in different capacities. As an Adjudicator/Case Manager, I managed a caseload. It was an ongoing challenge, a balancing act: non-stop phone calls, reviews and enquiries, action plans, decision memos and letters. Customer service is top priority. In class training was excellent and the job helped me to develop excellent skills that take me through life as well. However, it was my colleagues who got me through the work day. But now, staff morale is diminishing as the environment becomes more stressful and that level of support is no longer there, not from management, nor from colleagues.
Project Analyst in https://www.wsib.ca/en
on 17 June 2022
Productive And Fun Place
Its a place to grow your career with. It is a bit slow as all govt firms are. the work culture was amazing, had the best learning time there and would recommend it
Cost Allocation Representative in Toronto, ON
on 30 May 2022
Get a perm job asap
when you start working for the board just focus on getting perm as fast as possible. the job doesn't matter just get perm, as once you're perm you can just bump people out of temp positions for the job you really want. Don't worry about working hard or meeting/exceeding your kpi's since those don't matter.
ADMINISTRATOR in Toronto, ON
on 31 March 2022
work with co worker and response injured worker, employer and their rep. communication
communication, help each other, organizing, prioritizing, under starch stay calm. positive. focus on work, deal with unhappy worker or employer make sure to understand their issue and resolve it. at the make them satisfied. loved work with staff, learn from each other

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Interview insights

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Process takes more than one month

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What you know about the role you've applied for How your background will mesh with the role you've applied for Situational questions: Reply using the STAR response -Tell us about a time you handled/responded to a situation incorrectly (how you failed) -Tell us about a time you had to mitigate customer behaviours -Tell us about yourself

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Background How you handled a difficult situation at a prior job What special attributes make you feel you can contribute to WSIB How do you deal with conflict

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