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WSIB Hiring Process - Eligibility Adjudicator

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  • May 26th, 2017 4:53 pm
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Newbie
Nov 26, 2015
11 posts
4 upvotes
Well, I can't speak for everyone, but I'm sure I'm not the only EA who can hardly wait for a bunch of you to be hired and trained up and on the floor! My goodness the workload is....well, you'll find out once you're here! ;)
Newbie
May 21, 2017
1 posts
Does anyone know what the working hours for this position are?
Ex: 7:30-3:30, 8-4, 9-5
Thanks!
Newbie
Jun 20, 2016
19 posts
5 upvotes
Are you happy with your job overall? Do you want to stay there and try to work your way into a promotion?
Newbie
May 22, 2017
1 posts
Hi everyone,

I have a few questions:

1) I got an email regarding opening in a few months back in mid April. Does people that get this email generally get a call as well?

2) does anyone knows if there is any class coming up for Toronto?

Thanks everyone and good luck to those that are waiting like me.

=)
Newbie
Nov 26, 2015
11 posts
4 upvotes
"Are you happy with your job overall? Do you want to stay there and try to work your way into a promotion?"

It's hard to answer that question, as I made a pragmatic choice to leave work that I was passionate about, in order to have a living wage, which this job provides. And I'm fine with that choice, the work is challenging and fairly interesting, but I'm likely never going to be in love with it. The main issue right now is the overwhelming workload, which really is unmanageable at this time (even those who have been at this position for years, who are used to the high volume, are struggling). I'm hopeful (but not holding my breath) that hiring more EA's will help get things down to a more reasonable load. I'm not worried about promotion at this point, but it's definitely something attainable over time (movement up to case management positions at least) and encouraged.
Newbie
Nov 26, 2015
11 posts
4 upvotes
LIVE22 wrote:
May 22nd, 2017 10:26 am
Does anyone know what the working hours for this position are?
Ex: 7:30-3:30, 8-4, 9-5
Thanks!
Everyone starts with an 8:30-4:30 schedule until you've completed your practicum and probation period (approx 9 months total). After that the range is from a 7:30 to 9am start (i think) but it all has to go through management.
Newbie
Nov 17, 2015
41 posts
25 upvotes
Toronto, ON
Hey All , got called for an audit manager role at WSIB. They told me I have a written test next week and its a "work sample". Because its for audit I am struggling to understand how the format of this test would be, has anyone done anything similar ?
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Sep 22, 2013
1213 posts
331 upvotes
errantlight wrote:
May 24th, 2017 7:54 pm
"Are you happy with your job overall? Do you want to stay there and try to work your way into a promotion?"

It's hard to answer that question, as I made a pragmatic choice to leave work that I was passionate about, in order to have a living wage, which this job provides. And I'm fine with that choice, the work is challenging and fairly interesting, but I'm likely never going to be in love with it. The main issue right now is the overwhelming workload, which really is unmanageable at this time (even those who have been at this position for years, who are used to the high volume, are struggling). I'm hopeful (but not holding my breath) that hiring more EA's will help get things down to a more reasonable load. I'm not worried about promotion at this point, but it's definitely something attainable over time (movement up to case management positions at least) and encouraged.
It only gets worse as a case manager, but at the very least your pay is higher.

The fact is that both the EA and case manager roles are very tough. The workload and expectations are higher than what is actually possible.

However, the pay and benefit package compensation is very generous in comparison to similar positions in the public sector.

It all depends what you're looking for. If you want a job that you wake up everyday with excitement for going to work...this is not it. If you want a career with job security, good pay and benefits and a good pension and are ok with not necessarily loving what you do, this may be a role for you.
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