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Very bad management and leadership
Current staff (Current Employee) –  Surrey, BC23 April 2018
Management is very bad with low learning and knowledge how to deal with their employees. If the manager likes one because the employee always agrees and compliments the manager, he/she gives this employee the recognition and promote him with low caseload for this favorite employee, Sometimes I think this is not a Canadain organization. It is similar to organizations in underdeveloped countries.
Benefits are ok but salary is low when compared with other not profit
organizations.
This organization is often practicing politics.
I do not recommend this organization to anyone who has solid values and morals.
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Bad management, job stress, low training, politics.
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Person-centred organization
WorkBC Staff (Current Employee) –  Vancouver, BC1 August 2017
PCRS does a great job of basing its services around the needs of the individuals that its staff serves. There is a strong culture of going above and beyond to support participants, who are often facing difficult life circumstances. I'm always impressed by the range of services that PCRS offers. Management is supportive and the organization seems to take efforts to function as more of a community organization than a business. Although the job can be challenging at times it is rewarding, and I feel supported by colleagues at PCRS. One drawback is that the pay is mediocre. However, the defined benefit pension plan helps offset this somewhat. Overall, I think PCRS is a great place to work.
Pros
Focus on helping participants, positive culture, supportive staff
Cons
Mediocre pay
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Stress fre enviroment
Youth Housing Support Worker (Former Employee) –  Vancouver, BC26 July 2017
Excellent staff and clients. You have a well experienced work staff around you at all time with unlimited trainings to attend to. You are given a work phone that keeps you up to date at ll times.
Pros
no mico managing
Cons
must bring lunch
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Productive and good place to work
Benefits Administrator/HR Advisor (Former Employee) –  Vancouver, BC3 June 2014
Pacific Community Resources (PCRS) is an award winning, accredited, not-for-profit society serving Lower Mainland communities since 1984.

The agency provides alternate education, employment, addiction counselling and prevention services, housing support, and cultural enrichment for children, youth, adults and families.

The agency partners with individuals, businesses, other agencies and governments to ensure access to effective, high-quality community resources for people who are often vulnerable or marginalized from society.

Pacific Community Resources is committed to community-based research, advocacy, and community development to identify service gaps and strategies to address social problems such as poverty, child abuse, mental health, substance abuse, violence and homelessness.

PCRS currently deliver more than 40 programs serving thousands of individuals from Vancouver to Chilliwack.
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Casual Environment
Cons
Inconsistency
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