Workplace Safety and Insurance Board
Happiness score is 60 out of 100
3.9 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
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 151 reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Assistant in Toronto, ON
on 21 May 2020
Fine working conditions and pay, benefits
Poor management. Some departments are desperate and miserable. Others function better. Senior leaders don't connect with regular workers. They talk about idealistic things but it's hard to make them happen throughout the company.
Contact Centre in Hamilton, ON
on 2 September 2021
Top Heavy Organization
After 2 years with the board it feels misguided. The management structure seems broken and useless. Examined closely it is a waste of salary space which could be used more effectively to hire workers in departments in need that seems to struggle with high call volumes and work loads. Having a worker, manager, assistant director, then director yet dealing with smaller teams makes no sense. Most workers make their own calls. Unsure why baby sitters need baby sitters for their baby sitters and they all make $100,000.00 plus yet workers get laid off. Live and learn. Money was great, just don’t expect anything more than showing up doing your job with no room to grow at all. The union is also useless and unsure what my union dues actually went towards.
Summer Student in Toronto, ON
on 6 August 2021
An amazing summer job!
Great place to work! I loved the company and the work culture. Management is always there to help you and is very flexible if you are interested in pursuing something else. You will get to work with a lot of like-minded individuals who have a passion for the work that they do!
Case Manager in Toronto, ON
on 26 June 2021
Toxic workplace
I'm writing this to warn people that this workplace is very toxic. There's a reason why they are always advertising for the role of case manager. They told new hires that they have a high turnover rate. High turnover rate is never a good sign at a company. They need to be transparent and let new hires know that they must pass the 9 month probationary period. You are not formally hired until you pass 9 months of probation. A major component of moving along in the trial period is that you must pass practicum. However, passing practicum is determined by whether your trainer likes you and not necessarily based on your skill level. If your trainer doesn't like you they will fail you. There was a lot of inconsistencies with the training. Which is very frustrating when you are told different information from multiple people. No accommodations are made when you bring these issues up. Yes, the money is great but the work culture is toxic along with management.
Nurse Consultant in Windsor, ON
on 8 June 2021
A very diverse workplace
I have been at WSIB in the nurse office for the last 22.5 years. The nursing role has evolved over those years into a very interesting and rewarding position.

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Interview insights

Insights from 53 Indeed users who have interviewed with Workplace Safety and Insurance Board within the last 5 years.
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Interview is average
Process takes about two weeks

Interview questions

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

Shared on 8 June 2019

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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