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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
  • Link
    WorkSafeBC website
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Administrative Assistance

4 jobs


Salary estimated from 822 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 62 reviews and is evolving.



Occupational Hygiene Intern in Richmond, BC
on 28 March 2022
Good company
Worksafe is one of the best places to work in. People are great. Culture is excellent. I can't recommend this company enough. I would work here for life.
Business Analyst in Richmond, BC
on 8 May 2022
Slow and bureaucratic
-Some interesting work-great work life balance-People are nice overall but like keeping things status quo-onsite gym and cafeteria-lots of opportunity for training
Entitlement Officer in Kelowna, BC
on 19 April 2022
Great benefits and people. Stressful job.
The company has great benefits and I worked with great people. The pay is good eventually with the pay increases but you're underpaid initially. The job is stressful and demanding but if you are organized and stay on top of your work then its not bad.
Vocational Rehabilitation Consultant in Lower Mainland, BC
on 27 March 2022
Competitive, fast paced, continuing education/ professional growth.
My time at Worksafebc was challenging, stressful, extremely well compensated and with top notch benefits. The organization attracts very talented people and everyone works hard. The organization is well recognized and reputed. Opportunities for learning, workshops are offered. Its hard work but you will learn a lot. Progressive.
OSO in Richmond, BC
on 15 March 2022
Geared for the Incompetent. HR practices are designed to Recruit the ones they shouldnt
Worksafe BC HR is completely incompetent and select those people that should not be there. Any Enpod instructors most common question to new officers is "How did you make it this far?" They hire all the people in safety that have no business in safety. The people that they should hire with the education and experience they turn away in favor of mediocre talent at best. Good job HR. They now have an influx of people that are absolutely clueless and incompetent. the senior officers rightfully so encourage the people they should hire to apply but HR puts forward all the wrong candidates. I certainly feel for the senior officers trying to do the right thing. If I fall and bump my head I will reapply

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Questions and answers

People have asked 13 questions about working at WorkSafeBC. See the answers, explore popular topics, and discover unique insights from WorkSafeBC employees.

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Interview insights

Insights from 54 Indeed users who have interviewed with WorkSafeBC within the last 5 years.

Average experience
Interview is difficult
Process takes more than one month

Interview questions

There are many components and stages in the interview process. They do use problem solving questions, and lots of questions about how you have dealt in the past with situations that address a number of issues/topics. For example: Tell me about a time where you had to deal with two work colleagues that were starting rumours about each other and how you resolved that situation.

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