Only work here to get internal with PHSA and then leave ASAP
Junior Animal Husbandry - Animal Resource Center (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 1 August 2018
Work is repetitive and boring and training provided was inadequate. No ergonomics training is provided therefore many workers ended up with wrists brace or leave without pay due to strain on the hands. Higher management had a superiority complex and let you know it. The people that worked there, especially ones that worked there for a long time, were very passive aggressive and had the mentality "my way is right regardless of how you were trained" and when you tried to explain that this was how you were trained, they would say it was wrong. (Everyone was just doing things differently, no one was on the same page).
You could also tell who management liked and who they didnt, and thus they would let the "liked" people know when postings for advancement were posted while advising "others" that they "shouldn't apply because we need you in this position"
In general, there are no room for advancement, and even if there are its only a $1 difference. Its better to apply for support staff who make $1 less and have less responsibility and better hours.
You can get internal and look for other jobs with PHSA
Management, boring, repetitive