Boyle Street Community Services
Happiness score is 49 out of 100
2.7 out of 5 stars.
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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
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  • Link
    Boyle Street Community Services website
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Rating is calculated based on 33 reviews and is evolving.



Youth Worker in Edmonton, AB
on 30 June 2022
Work weekends, work nights, so-so wages, toxic management
Work weekends, work nights, so-so wages, toxic management. Managers don’t really care about your personal life, they constantly call you while you are home to yell at you.
Community Support Worker in Edmonton, AB
on 2 August 2022
Poor Structure
Unfortunately Boyle is very unorganized and don’t have supports in place to ensure job security, or ways to benefit their employees. High turnover rate and managers do not have supports to help even the base employees like myself. Directors are always busy and takes forever to respond to simple requests, HR department is no assistance and seem to push everything off, and do not have options available and have to get more approval for simple requests, HR department is suppose to help the organization but when our program closed they told us to reapply like we are new employees with minimum support from the director of the program and the hr team manager. At this time wouldn’t recommend, needs a clean house of upper management who is organized and willing to put time into employees to ensure smooth day tasks and well-being
follow-up support in Edmonton, AB
on 4 May 2022
Unprofessional & Poor Management
Favouritism , Nepotism, Micromanaging, Toxic work culture, nobody is professional or educated. People are hired based on their sobriety and direct relatability to community members.
Youth and Family Outreach Worker in Edmonton, AB
on 24 March 2022
Meaningful and Collaborative Experiences
I work for the YCSP program (collaboration with AHS) and I love the clients, management and coworkers. Management is supportive and truly wants you to succeed in your position. Coworkers (BSCS and AHS) are collaborative, supportive and inclusive. Clients are largely diagnosed with BPD which makes the work challenging, and meaningful. I highly, highly recommend this program within boyle street.
High Risk Youth Worker in Edmonton, AB
on 17 March 2022
Youth Worker
Management is very sneaky. Expectations are not outlined. Very toxic environment. Would not recommend this position to anyone. Very high turn over rate and low funding.

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