Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    $5m to $30m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
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Rating is calculated based on 7 reviews and is evolving.



Ambassador in Okotoks, AB
on 17 August 2020
I'll pass
👋 Sorry, not sorry. Could be better to staff. Benefits for everyone. Heat and air conditioning could have been an improvement. Thanks and bye I'm done.
HR & Admin in Calgary, AB
on 28 September 2021
An example of a Great Place to Be!
Working at the CPAA is as diverse as the people you work with. No days are the same, which is actually a great thing, as we have the opportunity to work closely with others, solve problems as a team and achieve mutual goals. It is also impactful to our local communities, which gives a great purpose when waking up every day to go to work.
Operations in Calgary
on 9 June 2021
Great place to work.
This is a great organization the staff, management make you feel like part of the team. The culture has really changed in the last few years for the better, employees are valued and recognized for their achievements.
Customer Service in Calgary, AB
on 9 March 2020
Stay away unless you do not have another opportunity
This is a sadly an agency that ironically focuses on the most marginalized groups like people with disabilities but the management style is such self-centered. The majority of managers do very little during the day and take credit for the work that others do. They feel extremely entitled and make you feel very small even though you are carrying the heavy load.
General Labourer in Calgary, AB
on 31 January 2020
Important Community,
The CCPA does a lot of great work and fundraising for the community. A hard working team of eclectic team members. Management does a nice job of holding lunches and creating culture by way of group events, however could do better by commending their staff for their successes more often, perhaps things have improved here since my time. In their defence it is important to the CPPA community to have money coming in, so they work under different pressures. Great position for a hard driven goal achiever who can assert their roles and pat themselves on the back. The most enjoyable part of this job is helping to make a difference in the community and supporting a great cause. There are definitely some real benefits to the positions available in this non profit organization.

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