Excel Society Employee Reviews

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Great place to start a career and meet people from every walk of life
Security Guard and Support Worker (Former Employee), Edmonton, AbMay 12, 2015
Pros: Staff social events, benefits, education
Began working with Excel in 2009 as a security guard but was able to advance to a support worker. Great company with management that cared about employees and clients. Employees were from all over the world, so my own communication skills grew greatly. Friendly staff and management.
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worst company i have ever worked for
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee), Edmonton, ABMarch 12, 2015
Pros: nothing
Cons: everything
NO WCB...... IF YOU GET HURT AT THIS JOB THEY WILL THROW YOU TO THE CURB....The mangement has no clue how to what the word "Safety means",if you refuse to do work because of No WCB they will write you up or fire you.This company is a joke, do not waste your time with this company.
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pleasant environment
Program Supervisor (Current Employee), EdmontonFebruary 5, 2015
Good place to work just not what I want to pursue as a career.

Good opportunity available to staff.

The company is well managed from the top.
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Nooooo!!!!
full time (Former Employee), calgaryDecember 5, 2014
Cons: to numerous to write
If you like to sit around and do nothing all day then this company is for you, hardly any supervision, massively disorganized, singles out and targets individuals that question any procedures that are in place.
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productive and fun
Community Support Worker (Former Employee), Edmonton, ABSeptember 2, 2014
company is good when it comes to policies. enjoyed working with the staff and fun to work with
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Great place to begin a career
Community Support Worker (Current Employee), Edmonton, ABApril 2, 2014
Pros: great co-workers
Although this non profit organization doesn't always compete with larger profit companies in terms of pay. This company has got some big heart. They have been around for the last 50 years providing advocacy for mental, physical and developmental disabilities as well as brain injuries.
Great coworkers and very enjoyable to see that you are making a difference. A typical day in this job is not very typical. There are many changes and challenges you may face but coworkers are willing to give their opinions and help you out. It is a great company that values teamwork.
This company is non profit but there are several sectors in one company hence depending on the field of interest there can be many opportunities that may arise.
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Fast paced facility
Community Support Worker (Current Employee), Edmonton, ABJanuary 25, 2014
Challenging and stressful job but rewarding knowing I am a part of their progress physically and mentally.
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Only as an absolute last resort
Community Support Worker (Former Employee), Edmonton, ABSeptember 28, 2013
Pros: great place to catch up on your fb status updates because that's all anyone does there.
Cons: everything except the clients, they are wonderful
Worst company in the industry in Edmonton. The pay is the lowest at $13/hr. The quality of care is terrible and declining. Many of the day program staff don"t change incontinence pads until just before DATS arrives whether the client had an accident several hours earlier or not. Lazy and complacent are the best words to describe 99.9% of Excel's staff, especially management.
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Calgary Alberta
Community Support Worker (Former Employee), Calgary AlbertaNovember 13, 2012
Pros: working with the clients
Working with physically/mentally disabled clientele, teaching and guiding them to lead productive and proactive lives. Their humor is contagious. They are alot of fun to work with. They can be mentally draining at times.
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Overworked under paid
Full-Scope LPN (Former Employee), Edmonton, ABSeptember 21, 2012
Pros: always something to do
Cons: long hours, not always able to have a break on a 12 hour shift
I found the clients at this facility amazing they taught me a lot about nursing. I feel that the constant situation of being short staffed played on the performance of the staff and how safe they were in their working environments. The hardest part of the job is when we had a sudden shortness of nurses and there was only 1 LPN to manage 105 bed count, It was difficult on the team as a whole. Most enjoyable part of the job is learning about many different diagnoses and the clients that had to live with these diagnoses.

July 4, 2013

This is so true. Had to deal with 23 people and no nurse. All cause the bosses were too cheap to hire. Wages sucked, no chance for time off Stay AWAY from this company they are terrible!