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WSIB Hiring Process - Eligibility Adjudicator

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it will be easier to understand if you can spell it out You, Your, You're. Useful posts nonetheless.
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Jamie55 wrote:
Mar 27th, 2014 1:07 pm
Yeah, ur right. It was a short cut for me as I was using my iphone. Also there were autocorrections going on so I had "I" instead of "you". I'm glad u found it useful. I decided to delete it. Everyone can see what it's like if and when they make it. Cheers.
If you want, I can PM you what you deleted. There is a lot of useful information and it will help others. Just a few minutes of editing and you can put it back up.
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Jul 30, 2013
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Hey Jamie. Long time no post. So, do tell...what's it like? Is it Nirvana or a living nightmare?
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PrincessCaroline wrote:
Mar 28th, 2014 9:43 am
Hey Jamie. Long time no post. So, do tell...what's it like? Is it Nirvana or a living nightmare?
From his deleted post, it seems like a living nightmare. You gotta stay late (unpaid ot) to catch up to workload. Management is a mess; different rules in each office.
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b166er1337 wrote:
Mar 28th, 2014 10:47 am
From his deleted post, it seems like a living nightmare. You gotta stay late (unpaid ot) to catch up to workload. Management is a mess; different rules in each office.
+1
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Dec 6, 2012
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Can't actually believe it, but I'm on to the next phase (Essay). Feels kind of surreal.
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reblee wrote:
Mar 28th, 2014 3:57 pm
Can't actually believe it, but I'm on to the next phase (Essay). Feels kind of surreal.
For what it's worth, I too was happy, went for the interview and passed. The interview, in my opinion is the hardest part. Despite that, this process has been nothing but one colossal let down and a complete waste of my time. Hope you have a better outcome.....
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PrincessCaroline wrote:
Mar 28th, 2014 4:39 pm
For what it's worth, I too was happy, went for the interview and passed. The interview, in my opinion is the hardest part. Despite that, this process has been nothing but one colossal let down and a complete waste of my time. Hope you have a better outcome.....
Ahhhh I know, I've been reading the many posts on this thread. So many have not had great outcomes and I have so many mixed emotions about all of this.
I saw that Jen (previous poster) had excelled though the process rather quickly and it makes me wonder, how is she doing now? Is is everything she thought it would be. I actually find I do better with interviews than testing and the essay portion (I have zero worries about), so getting past the watson glaser thing is a huge relief. PrincessCaroline, have you gone to the Toronto training sessions? Forgive me if you've addressed this previously.

Also, has anyone applied for the Work Transition Specialist position. I'd be curious to know what that recruitment phase looks like.
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Oct 9, 2013
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Thank you for a very insightful post Jamie. I am in a dilemma now : Do I now really want to be picked from the Pool?

Plz also give some more details about the in- class training. Is that more bearable?

Any yes, congratulations for successfully completing the gruelling process. Well done.
Newbie
Nov 3, 2013
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Brampton, ON
Hi all,

I started reading this thread when I was researching the EA position and it helped me a lot so I thought I'd put in my two cents..
I applied in October, phone interview was early January and I was invited to testing right away. Testing was first week of Feb. I was asked to write the essay about three days later and given a week to submit. I was contacted for the interview approx two weeks later. I received confirmation that I had successfully made it to the pool mid march. I was not given any confirmation at my interview about when the next training session would be although I did ask.
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i'm an adjudicator at an insurance carrier...i know a few people that have come over from WSIB...their feedback is pretty much consistent with what jessica had said in earlier posts..
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Dec 6, 2012
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Toronto
Essay submitted yesterday. I am quite confident about it, so it's just a waiting game now. :-)
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Nov 21, 2013
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Mississauga, ON
Hey,
I never post on public forums but felt I needed to on this since it was helpful in letting me know what the actual hiring process was.

Just wanted to say that I applied in mid-Dec, called a week later for phone interview, test done mid Jan, interview done beginning of Feb, and was placed in the pool beginning of March. Now I've just been given notice of my refs being contacted with a start date for the end of may. I hope this gives some hope to those thinking it would take a long time to chosen from the pool.

As far as the job sucking, well who really knows but I'm ready to find out. Good luck everyone.
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Nov 22, 2013
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Toronto, ON
Congratulations "Hookedup" for expediting it through the process. Your information is helpful. I was placed in the pool in March as well.

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