Recovery Case Worker - Recovery Team (Current Employee) – High River, AB – 9 July 2014
The CRC was deployed to deal with the largest disaster in the history of Canada when June 2013 flooding left 100,000 people vulnerable. The work is client based and client driven. It involves not only direct aid but also advocacy to many Government and Non-Governmental agencies. Case loads require intense focus as client needs and issues are ever evolving. Skills such as psychological first aid and de- escalation are important to provide a safe environment for both clients and staff. The extreme challenges of the post disaster era have afforded ample opportunity to hone problem solving and communication skills.
On Call clinical supervisor (Former Employee) – Cornwall, ON – 16 April 2018
This company calls themselves "humanitarian" but the way they treated there employees in the home care field is out right DISGUSTING. Work hours from 1630 to 0830 M to F with only 6 hours pay a night. And no thanks no appreciation.
Good benefits and time off...
Back stabbing and non trusting. Always blamming employees for there mistakes.