Depending on what department you work in your experience could be challenging and disappointing.
Though the OEB strives to serve the public it is rot with poor executive management who lack strategic thinking, real leadership and vision.
The people who work there are great and supportive. They have to be to cope with the dysfunctional environment created by the Human Resources department. Who in short have no real people/human skills.
The work is challenging and can be rewarding if the executives can stop spinning the direction of the policy like a thousand times before it is actually completed.
My advice is to get in and get out. A place to build your knowledge on energy but not a place to build your career.
People, pay, nature of work is exciting
Weak executives, poor leadership, toxic environment
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