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good for building experience as new grad, lots of flexibility, comfortable work environment. not many benefits, staff is great, easy going workplace culture
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3 December 2018
Thanks for your review! We're always looking for a way to improve our benefits and will consider your feedback.


Worst place to work, wage is not competitive, no room to advancement, pay periods change all the time, they forget to pay you or say they paid you too much then take it off your next pay leaving you with nothing to live on, with a confusing explanation. Communication is slow, when asking questions and awaiting a response. Pay spreadsheet is mass confusion! No cancelation policy, so if a client either cancels late or no shows, you do not get compensation for it, and it happens often!The only good thing was make your own hours, laundry facilities on site, and some of the current employees are approachable.


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Great company to work for; very support management and staff with incredible health benefits. Some mid-level company disorganization, not knowing whom to contact, can be a little confusing. Hours can be a little hectic for a young family, but overall, a GREAT company to work for.
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Good to Start out your Massage Career

Perfect company to start out in your massage career. You get steady referrals from the physiotherapist(s) you work with. I love working in a team environment and the team that I work with is great. The company however needs improvement. Depending on your clinic manager, you are just thrown into the job and have to learn as you go how the clinic runs or when you have to deal with the company (compensation reports, vacation, etc.). And it definitely depends on the individual clinic you are working for. Difficult sometimes to deal with the call centre. If you have a problem they do not respond well to it. You will get a lot of WSIB and MVA patients which you still only get a percentage from that.


Benefits, great atmosphere, vacation pay (10 days), set your own hours, compensation for CEUs


Low split (54%) and can't increase it unless you want to be a contractor (60%), Sometimes Franchise feeling
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