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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
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Manager, Investments (Contract) in Richmond, BC
on 29 May 2020
WCB is a very comfortable if a little boring place to work. I was in Finance. The people are quite helpful - no politics etc. That said it could be veeeeryy sloooow in getting things done...and the spreadsheets...oh GOD so many spreadsheets!
Office Assistant in Vancouver, BC
on 10 March 2021
This employer operates like a cult.
I have never felt more dehumanized and belittled as I have working here. There is a herd mentally here that manipulates and degrades employees until they conform.....I left because I was sick from stress. The only prudent comparison I can make is its run like a cult. So happy to be done with the subhuman people i was surrounded by.
IT in Richmond, BC
on 21 January 2021
Painfully Micromanaged
Great salary and benefits, and great people to work with, but management is a complete failure. No shortage of being monitored. You will be asked to update them frequently on your status, or whether you are actually working or not. If working in a call queue, your stats are reported to the nearest second, and you cannot be late, or come back from lunch even 2 minutes after the schedule. You will be messaged by your manager if you are. If you don’t mind being treated like a prisoner for good money and good benefits, you will enjoy this company a lot. Be prepared for ZERO employee appreciation.
Clerk in British Columbia
on 14 December 2020
Lots of opportunities for learning and advancement.
Working for WSBC is mentally exhausting. Depending on the department you work in clients can be extremely abusive and volatile which makes working for WSBC very stressful. The Benefits are exceptional. The work environment can be toxic depending on the department. The opportunity to learn and advance is abundant. There is job security. The union is exceptional. Depending on your job and department working here can be very rewarding. The multicultural and inclusive atmosphere makes for a great place to work. WSBC is an equal opportunity employer.
Manager in Richmond, BC
on 27 October 2020
Excellent employer
I was at WorkSafeBC for almost 15 years. I found moving the organization's mission forward to be very rewarding. Working along with employers and unions to prevent preventable injuries at work and helping injured workers to regain their health and get back to work is wonderful work. My colleagues were all very intelligent and very positively motivated to do the right thing. Managers were very supportive. It was a very stimulating environment. There were a great many opportunities for advancement.
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Interview is difficult
Process takes more than one month

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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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