Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
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Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Employee Review

Poor salary - not competative

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6 November 2019
Many non-union positions for CAMH indicated competative salary and benefits and do not state the rate of pay. Rarely are these positions having competative pay - the pay is often far lower than what it should be for the qualifications listed - really disappointing for a large organization. And many contract positions with little job security.
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