Edmonton Integrated Services
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Rating is calculated based on 12 reviews and is evolving.



Community Support Worker in edmonton
on 15 November 2018
fun place
great place to work. very friendly environment. i really like my coworkers. they are very flexible. i wish the customer was really understanding. great place3 to work
Support Home Operator in Edmonton, AB
on 5 October 2022
Love this job
This job is crazy constantly learning new things constantly offering new training. My supervisor is awesome she always gets back to me in a timely manner and she’s really helpful I love working for this company
RSW in Edmonton, AB
on 27 March 2022
stressful and unpredictable
Often worked alone without any notice.Not able to get all tasks done because there are not enough staffcoordinators and manager don't respect the staff
Former employee in Edmonton, AB
on 10 December 2019
Horrible place to work as a front line staff. Management looks out for themselves. Job expectations are unrealistic for employees they know they can count on and they purposely grade employee evaluations low so as not to offer raises. Management does not care to know you outside of a business relationship. Employee performance often does not matter for some as long as shifts are covered. I felt extremely appalled seeing clients forced to live in the environments provided.
Home Support Worker in Edmonton, AB
on 18 October 2019
Unprofessional agency
I worked with Edmonton Integrated Services (EIS) agency for sometime as a Home Operator on and off for about 8 years. My complaint about this agency is about their lack of professionalism and disregard for the clients they provide a service for as well as per their lack of support to me as a Home Operator. They misplaced confidential documents such as criminal checks,, do not keep track of when a person completes their training and they they do not advocate or support their client with the most respect or sensitivity their vulnerable situation requires. When serious issues arise, they do not address it, instead their solution is to move clients from one home to the next with no regards for the clients voice or choice. EIS serves a very vulnerable sector who does not have a loud voice and depends on others to speak louder for them. I advocated for my client in my home who is a wonderful person and who deserves an agency who cares for her, her needs, wants, wishes and looks after her best interest. Instead the day I was terminated, the agency’s way of dealing with her needs is to say to her guardians they need to decide to go with another agency or stay with them. This is a terrible strategy to put pressure.

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