Strive Living Society
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Strive Living Society Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Mike Hopton
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
  • Headquarters
    #500-4370 Dominion Street Burnaby, BC V5G 4L7
  • Link
    Strive Living Society website
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Personal Care & Home Health

8 jobs


Salary estimated from 354 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 38 reviews and is evolving.



Support Worker in North Vancouver, BC
on 16 May 2022
Okay place to work. No concerns not really much to say. People where nice and I made great friends. The residents where nice and made the job worth it.
Case Manager in Burnaby, BC
on 21 June 2022
Don't work here
Save yourselves the trouble and don't work here. Staff (especially in AIL) are not valued or appreciated. Managers will micro manage everything you do. Work is fast paced, managers place unrealistic deadlines and are unorganized.
One to One Worker in Burnaby, BC
on 17 April 2022
Disorganized and Isolating
This company is desperate for workers due to the high turnover rate. Management changes constantly, it started off with a yearly change but then it became almost every 6 months. Contacting managers becomes very difficult and confusing. There are barely any meetings or ways to feel connected to your co workers. The only time you will meet a co worker is either by training new staff, or if a manager visits for an equipment check. The children are absolutely the highlight of this job, they're wonderful and are in need of help but due to lack of training as well as management not always being familiar with different children, as the one to one worker you will be thrown into the fire many times. This job can be very stressful at times due to this. In shortNegatives: - Management is in disarray- Managers also are not familiar with the actual kids as they are randomly hired from different organizations- Isolating: there is no sense of community and you barely see your co workers- Stressful: due to lack of knowledge regarding clients from management, you are not trained very well for each client thus creating a sink or swim situation for the worker- Positives:- You get to work with incredible youth and the job is very rewarding - Pay: you are compensated very well but it is hard to get a full 40 hour week unless you're in residential care. Overall my rating is a 2-2.5. If you want to gain work experience in this field as a student I recommend it but I warn you to not get taken advantage of by this company. You will be asked to do many things that are beyond your duties.
(Permanent) Support Worker in Vancouver, BC
on 29 December 2021
Overall good!
Not all managers are supportive, less organized. Good environment work place. Sometimes stressful and challenging. Good professional development. Benefits better.
Casual Worker in North Vancouver, BC
on 24 November 2021
Great Environment
Wonderful place to work! Helpful team members and great opportunities. Lots of shift availability for a casual employee as well. Overall good experience

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Interview insights

Insights from 48 Indeed users who have interviewed with Strive Living Society within the last 5 years.

Favourable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

Be prepared for Situational questions where you have to showcase your critical thinking skills in a work place involving youth or adult clients in the Spectrum.

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