The Salvation Army
Happiness score is 64 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Brian Peddle
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $650m to $1bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
  • Headquarters
    Territorial Headquarters,...
  • Link
    The Salvation Army website
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Community & Social Service

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Community Support Worker in Toronto, ON
on 25 July 2022
Rewarding entry level work
The Salvation Army is great entry level work for those seeking experience in the social services. You will be met with a mostly kind and welcoming atmosphere as long as you are respectful of the religious nature of the organization. Management is usually very supportive and understanding. Clients are also very diverse and great to work with. The only negatives is the pay is quite low and hours are usually part time. It's hard to make a living working there.
Cashier/warehouse/intake in Chilliwack, BC
on 11 August 2022
I enjoyed every aspect of working with the Chilliwack Salvation Army they take people in like their family
While I worked at the Salvation Army I enjoyed my co workers and the volunteers. They took people in like family and always went the extra mile for their staff. I will never forget working there it’s a lifetime experience with helping other in need
Administrative Assistant in Miramichi, NB
on 3 August 2022
Great place to work
I was on a contract and would love to have a position with Salvation Army, great working environment but would like to see a higher pay scale. The fellow employees were friendly and great too work with as a team player.
Program Specialist in Alberta
on 20 July 2022
fun with the clients.
management need improvement and to treat everyone equally. They need to be flexible and make the environment stress free. l love my job there but the environment is toxic and hatred
Front Line Worker in Ottawa, ON
on 15 July 2022
It’s ok… I guess
At my current place of employment there is not much to do. I get paid to sit around and socialize with the residents so I guess it’s an ok job for those looking for an easy one

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

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They asked me how much I could lift, how organized I am, and also how thorough I was.

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Do you have faith values that can add to the salvation army

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Can you be available on cold nights and commit to the hours

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