Easy job - Little advancement - No reward
Shalom Village is a great place to start working and to build the foundation of your career but it's not a place you want to advance. The RSP and benefit package for non-union members is standard but the most frustrating is the pay - it's garbage. Thinking you deserve a raise? Think again - you likely won't get anything but an alternative that you could have more vacation time. Sure, that sounds like a deal but vacation time doesn't help you advance financially. The important thing to remember is that Shalom is a not-for-profit so finances are always tight. The only way to get an increase in pay - hope someone quits/gets fired from a higher position and that individual's pay would be absorbed by other employees.
Some great staff members, free parking, great work/life balance
Lazy managers, little advancement opportunities, low wages