LPN (Former Employee) – Alberta – 14 November 2018
I love my job but there's many reasons not to stay: i never received my salary on time, policies are not being followed,expired medications are being kept, it's part of my job to call the client's family and update them everyday but phone is not provided and we use our own,admin can easily kick staff out anytime they want to,poor management. It's fulfilling being a part of the client's success.
Counsellor (Former Employee) – Alberta – 7 October 2018
Overall, I liked my job. It has so much potential to be a great facility, topping all others. However, those high up do not manage the money adequately, causing paychecks to come in late, and for some, never. Some workers have been owed for over a year and were fired for minor things when they complained. Others just quit. Staff rotates often, due to fear of the facility not offereing any kind of job security. If they got their act together and treated employees like valued staff, it would go a long way.
Helping people find a better life, free from addiction.
Lack of job security; salary seems optional to those in charge.