Court Information Support Worker (Current Employee) – Windsor, ON – 9 October 2013
Provide information to those entering the Court House Assisting those in need of Emotional support Accepting Diversions/Donations Informing those in need of service that are provide by the city - Working will a wide variety of clientele
Cashier/Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 24 April 2017
My time at Salvation Army was a positive experience for the most part, although the organization of management seemed unfair or disorganized at times. I have learned that thrift stores are all about compromise with customers and that I should always ask my supervisor/the manager if I am uncertain about what to do in a certain situation.
Collector (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 13 April 2017
I did this food drive roughly about 3 years in a row to get those hours i needed for school. Once again, i worked with my close friends, we collected food, and one year we sorted the food out that came in.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – High River, AB – 7 April 2017
no matter what you did your job was recognized.During the most recent High River flood they took initiative to help all of those who lost their homes and their livelihood including myself. every staff member aways had a smile on their face.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 2 April 2017
The overall workplace of salvation army was mediocre. The boss at the time was easy going in the sense that he did not care about anything. He would treat the donations poorly and on occasion would say questionable things about people.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Kelowna, BC – 11 March 2017
Lots of respect from the community for what they do I helped in picking up donations from homes as well as sorting them in the warehouse Staff were of the most kind and friendly variety I have ever met Workplace was calm and enjoyable, took pride in helping the community Helped merchandise items on the floor as well as price them
The boss was running a tight ship but some employees were intolerant and discriminatory towards visible minirities
Shipper and Receiver (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB Empress location – 3 February 2017
Typical day would consist of intake of donations and sorting through the donations, Work place environment was good with most employees. The hardest part of the job is the maturity level and discrimination that went on. Most enjoyable was the interaction with the customers and the boss, she was a good boss. The GM told me to watch were I stepped when I raised a concern about the dumping of hazardous products from other people. The GM didn't have the safety of the workers in mind.