Community Living
Happiness score is 60 out of 100
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About the company

  • Company size
    less than 10
  • Revenue
    less than $1M (CAD)
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  • Link
    Community Living website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 530 reviews and is evolving.



Residential Counsellor in Oakville, ON
on 9 June 2022
Good place to work
As a current part time worker, there are many opportunities to pick up shifts that work with my schedule. I have a great work/life balance and the people that I support are the reason I never dread a day going to work.
Support Assistant in Mississauga, ON
on 16 June 2022
Terrible management
I've been working for Clm for 8 years. It has taken me this long to realize how terrible this company is. They do not care about their employees. They would rather replace you then support you. Good job to get experience but that is it. I would not recommend anyone to look at this company as a future long term employer. Upper management is pathetic. If you want a job where you go home complaining every day then this is the job for you.
Community Inclusion & Support Worker in Parry Sound, ON
on 6 June 2022
Feel good about what you do
Very rewarding work and terrific management. I have never felt so supported or appreciated in the workplace before. Supporting people who have disabilities to live their fullest life can be challenging, but often fun. Every day is different!
Support Coordinator in St. Thomas, ON
on 4 June 2022
Great job
This is a great job but there is little chance for advancement if you don’t have a dsw diploma. Flexibility is required if you want to get scheduled for more than a couple of shifts a week.
Support Worker, Assistant (Part-time) in Mississauga, ON
on 31 May 2022
Not a supportive place to work
Left the company because of lack of respect and support. I felt very disappointed that I was reminded by management that I was being paid for my service, when I mentioned how passionate I was in caring for the persons that I supported.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

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