Mission: Champion safe and healthy workplaces.
Save lives and prevent injury and disability.
Deliver outstanding service to workers and employers.
Provide and support excellent medical and rehabilitative care to workers.
Preserve the financial ...
I have been working at WorkSafeBC full-time (More than 8 years)
Excellent benefits, a lot of opportunities for growth, good in-house education program and tuition reimbursement, solid attempts at diversity and inclusion.
Wages aren't commensurate with living expenses in lower mainland, quality of management varies greatly, under represented minorities in higher roles, rodent infestation in Richmond office, over priced cafeteria, negative attitude is pervasive in certain departments
Advice to Management
The importance of a healthy work-life balance is readily apparent are WorksafeBC; however, the reality of Vancouver's high cost of living is a huge stressor for many employees that feels ignored.
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at WorkSafeBC (Richmond, CA) in October 2011.
I was called in for an in-person interview with 2 of the managers within the Finance division. Interview lasted 45mins. Mixed between predetermined behavioural and situational questions. Casual interview settting.
Non-negotiable due to Union determined wage.
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