ProsI enjoyed my time working at TransLink. I was an employee for nearly two years, serving in two different senior roles. The people in my division (communications, marketing, and public affairs) were
ConsI do think some divisions at TransLink can be overly bureaucratic, which means decision-making can be painfully slow. There is also a strange dynamic at TransLink where some office employees are
Advice to ManagementAll in all, I think TransLink is a good place to work and you will learn a lot. I greatly value and appreciate my time spend there! I really admired my Director and VP and think they are brilliant
I applied online. I interviewed at TransLink (Vancouver, BC)
InterviewApplied in 2018 , and 2019, 2020, 2021 but not hired yet. Had 3In person interviews and always felt that interviewers did not like me because of my Filipino accent. I am a qualified MBA, have more than 10 years of experience working in customer service including customer service at port of vancouver. But translink follows policy of systemic racism. A week ago , I saw 10 new skytrain attendants In training and all of them were white. Government needs to step in and do something about systemic racism. No longer want to work for a racist company.
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