Catholic Social Services
Happiness score is 64 out of 100
3.7 out of 5 stars.
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  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 267 reviews and is evolving.



on 24 August 2022
Meaningful work and good people
Overall a good place to work. Like any non-profit there's good and bad. Management is good Overall and the people you work with are good for the most part. At the end of the day it's the work we do that's most important.
Community Disability Worker in Edmonton, AB
on 8 July 2022
Productive and learning work place.
Working at Catholic social services is good. You work and you learn. Benefits were fair. Staff and the management are flexible and respectful. Sometimes management is too considerate to the workers that should be suspended or need disciplinary actions. They hire staff that not fit on the position.,specifically front liners.
Community Disability Worker in Red Deer, AB
on 6 June 2022
Literally run for your money
If you are looking to run for your money, be burnt out, life and work becomes unbalanced, receive little to no communication, not be heard, concerns mean nothing, no rush to bring you back to work even though you display being ready, they do not provide accommodations for employees despite saying so in their return to work package, everything that is highlighted in their mission, vision and values is not held true for employees. Despite the poor quality treatment from administrative and managerial employees, the treatment from direct coworkers and supervisors are fantastic and make it worth showing up to the office. The clients also make work great as well.
Community Disability Support Worker in Red Deer, AB
on 25 May 2022
Poor treatment for frontliners
Will never work here again. Lady Liberty should be here. Higher management in main are okay but not Red Deer Central Region. They have privilege staff.
Community Disability Worker in Red Deer, AB
on 7 May 2022
I'm excited to leave the company in the Summer.
If you don't work full time, expect to get called in at all hours of the day. And don't expect any pay increases, despite increasing cost of living. Managers are (generally) okay, but some seem kind of fake nice?

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