SQUAMISH NATION
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About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $30m to $130m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Rating overview

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Reviews

Social Service Worker in North Vancouver, BC
on 6 May 2021
Needs Overhaul
After working at the nation for 5 years, it was evident this place goes through ups and downs in terms of work environment, depending on who is on Council, who works at HR and which families or individuals are in charge. Things started off excellent but with the hiring of a new manager that had no experience in the area things slowly went downhill. People are nice but lack the skills to do the job efficiently. HR seemed to have limited hiring choices and was often short staffed themselves making hiring difficult. The environment can get toxic fast and bullying is commonplace. Management can either partake in it or ignore it depending on position. Many non nation members and non-first nations employees being hired that have no experience on how to work with indigenous people.
Aboriginal Infant Development Program Consultant - AIDP in Squamish, BC
on 31 July 2020
Collaborative work environment
I appreciated educational opportunities provided, staff wellness days & a living wage. Staff worked collaboratively and closely with families on reserve
Janitor in Squamish, BC
on 5 February 2020
Decent Place to work
The supervisors are pretty reasonable, the salary is decent but comes with benefits life insurance and sick days for permanent workers, very community oriented.
Summer Camp Leader in North Vancouver, BC
on 12 November 2019
Great!
I only did it for one summer of work experience. I loved working with the kids they’re amazing! Steady schedule all summer which was great! Didn’t get paid as it was volunteer work but I loved it!
Receptionist/Admin Support in North Vancouver, BC
on 20 March 2019
All in your last name
These people do not accept those that are off reserve First Nations. You are given minimum wage even with years of experience. IF you are blessed with the right last name, you do not need experience, you will get the job, and at twice the minimum wage pay.

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