Atira Women's Resource Society
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Atira Women's Resource Society Support Worker hourly salaries in Surrey, BC

Salary estimated from 30 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.Last updated: October 21, 2020
$24.35 per hour
31% Above national average
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Surrey, BC
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4.0
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can be faced paced work environment with lots going on
everyday is a new day going in with a fresh start and being open to anything that can go on. being supportive to coworkers and working as a team is very important. Being able to communicate and work with outside organization to educate and advocate so needs can be met.
Pros
being supportive to women and their needs
Cons
working outside my communtiy
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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.
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5.0
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excellent place to work at
A typical day at work included supporting moms, and babies with daily routines, such as, doctor's appointments, one-one counselling, advocating, empowering women to be resourceful with community resources, attending probation appointments, setting up goals, assisting with communal housing, assisting mom's with babies, daily hygiene, etc.
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How much does a Support Worker make at Atira Women's Resource Society in Surrey, BC?
Average Atira Women's Resource Society Support Worker hourly pay in Surrey, BC is approximately $24.35, which is 31% above the national average.
Salary information comes from 102 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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