Atira Women's Resource Society
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Atira Women's Resource Society Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Grantmaking & Charitable Foundations
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Support Worker
$25.86 per hour
Program Manager
$59,389 per year
Relief Worker
$25.45 per hour
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Rating overview

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Reviews

Women's Support Worker in Vancouver, BC
on 9 April 2021
Overall a good work environment. I love my coworkers and clients.
I would recommend Atira as a good organization to work for. They have competitive wage and benefit packages. The atmosphere is friendly and welcoming and the work itself is rewarding.
Janitor/Cleaner in Vancouver, BC
on 15 August 2020
Great experience
I love work at Atira . Has been joint it for 3 yers and happy to support our tenets . Got so much learn . Everything is good for me and I enjoy work for Atira Women’s society as cleaner . Recommend for those who don’t picky as dirty job and ready to help others . Very like my job as Custodian .
Women Support Worker in Surrey, BC
on 26 May 2020
Terrible Work Environment
Work consisted of supporting women who accessed our services. There is a wide range of people who access our services in different stages of their life needing support. While there are different challenges interacting with women, it is understandable as they are overcoming their own struggles. What I found to be unacceptable is the complete lack of regard from management and the CEO. The CEO acts as though we are lackeys there to do her bidding and we are as dumb as a rock. Management is largely unsupportive and often take part in blame culture where employees in lower roles will be blamed regardless if management did not provide sufficient training or support throughout the day or during crises.
Women's Support Worker in Vancouver, BC
on 28 March 2020
worst place I've ever worked in.
Extremely stressful, management doesn't help at all, they don't care, just ignores you when you ask for help. No mental support to staff, very disappointed. No career development in this place, staff have to do the dirtiest work, but got no respect.
womens support worker in vancouver bc
on 25 March 2020
Bad just bad
Manager has favorites,does not listen,is not there when needed,seemed disinterested in issues presented to them. No career development support Rules set by atira not adhered to Shaming people No appreciation for staff going the extra mile if you re not their fav
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