Atira Women's Resource Society
Happiness score is 58 out of 100
3.3 out of 5 stars.
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Support Worker hourly salaries in British Columbia at Atira Women's Resource Society

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Average salary
$27.07 per hour
37%
Above national average
Average $27.07
Low $13.50
High $40.65

Salary estimated from 32 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 12 months. Last updated: December 16, 2022

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Reviews for Support Worker at Atira Women's Resource Society

Not the best

No one within upper ranks actually seems to believe in what they say they do. High turn over for a reason. Good to get your foot in the door though. Not a supportive work place. Cult like. Good workers quickly burn out. If you are up to big challenges can do some rewarding work.
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Good job experience on resume

It's a shift work at shelter, which can be good for some of stage of life. I took graveyard shift to fits my day study. Management is focus on staff's wellbeing and mental health, as it could took a lot of from staff. There are seminars and meetings to help me.Some days of work could be very light, as just doing some housekeeping to keep the public area clean and tidy. Some days could very busy that answering 4-5 emergency calls, and had 1-2 intake clients for one night. It's not easy to start as full time, usually part-time or on call first.

Pros

wage is fairly good, sometimes not busy

Cons

shift job, not easy to get full time
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Anti-union and therefore suspicious business practices + economical ethics of upper management.

Any nonprofit organization with a social services focused mandate that provides services for the betterment of people should no question, absolutely be unionized; the fact that they are the biggest of the few in town that provide similar services and are not, is a glaring & dismal error, and it truly mars their reputation amongst other more trusted service providers.

Pros

Nice people to work alongside

Cons

Anti-union and therefore suspicious upper management.
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How much does a Support Worker make at Atira Women's Resource Society in British Columbia?

Average Atira Women's Resource Society Support Worker hourly pay in British Columbia is approximately $27.07, which is 37% above the national average.

Salary information comes from 714 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.

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