TORONTO HUMANE SOCIETY
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    Grantmaking & Charitable Foundations
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Animal Care Worker in Toronto, ON
on 18 November 2021
Great to work with animals most of the time
This is only a place to work if you love animals. Pay isn’t enough for all the mental stress you will deal with. They say they care about the animals but that’s questionable they adopt and dusted out to people that should never own animals. Managers don’t care about you unless they are all buddy buddy with you
Manager Purchases and Inventory Control in Toronto, ON
on 13 April 2022
great work space to grow your skills and develop your relation with the animals
Great company to develop your skills and understanding of our relationship with the animals and create a sense of responsibility with our environment. A Company with a vision and Mission well established and developed each day.
Animal Care Worker in 11 River Street
on 11 September 2021
Amazing place with a few toxic people
The job was incredible. You work hard and see the positive impact you have. Departments outside of animal care are very friendly and team-oriented. Most shelter care workers are fantastic people, but there are several bad eggs (animal care workers and supervisors) that will make you wish you never started working here. They have a negative disposition that will wear away all positive aspects of the job and opportunity for growth in the shelter. Appearing starving for power, they unprofessionally refuse to cooperate with their closest colleagues and highlight only the jobs done wrong, never the positive impact created for animals. They are the people who have been in the shelter the longest and management keeps letting them scare new valuable employees away after several months of working together. So toxic.
Manager in Toronto, ON
on 28 June 2021
Highly rewarding and supportive environment
The life of an animal shelter employee is often very complex. You experience many challenges of both an emotional and physical nature however it’s also the most emotionally rewarding work experience I’ve ever had. You get to see and experience the direct impact you make on animals lives every single day. And while no day is without its challenges, I am continuously learning and growing every day at Toronto Humane Society and wouldn’t want it any other way. I definitely recommend working at Toronto Humane Society!
Animal Care Worker in Toronto, ON
on 29 November 2020
Toxic environment
The job is physically exhausting as well as mentally. It wouldn't be so bad if management was understanding that ACWs are humans and not robots who have super speed. Management doesn't care, they'll make it seem like they do but really they don't. Understaffed shifts make it easy to burn out. Even if you don't have anxiety you're definitely gonna develope it and have numerous break downs from the lack of support. When you do have time to interact with the animals its great because each animal is unique.

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