Unlimited Potential Community Services
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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
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Childcare

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Rating is calculated based on 41 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Youth Worker in Wetaskiwin, AB
on 1 August 2021
Just nope!
They don't actually want staff who care about the kids. Sad part is the kids call out every single person there who is only there for a paycheck and treat them accordingly. The management is garbage, isn't willing to do the things they expect from their staff and are catty and back stabbing. They rarely encourage staff but are quick to criticize or point out anything they think is wrong.
CYCW in Stony Plain, AB
on 11 January 2022
Poor treatment of clients and toxic workplace culture
I find this review heartbreaking as I genuinely feel for the children who are subjected to some of the staff that are employed here. This company does not want staff who care about children. When working on rotations, you can see the difference in demeanour of the children when staff who care are working, and staff who do not. Management consists of friends and there is absolutely no room for growth unless you are in their clique. If you speak up against another staff mistreating a youth, you are reprimanded for it. It's really sad more than anything for the children. I would not recommend working here at all. At the end of the day, it's cliquey management who leave you in unfair situations and treat you like garbage.
CYCW in Stony Plain, AB
on 26 August 2021
really busy, hard but rewarding work
Have only worked in the group homes not the other program areas, but I love the work. Covid has been hard on everyone but the teams do everything they can to support each other while caring for the youth and kids. Management is there for the staff, excellent benefits and support around having to isolate for Covid symptoms and testing.
Child and Youth Care Worker in Ponoka, AB
on 26 August 2021
Best Company Ever
Sadly, I am coming close to moving onto a new career journey but wanted to write my experience with this company. Central area f or this company has by far the best Management Team I have ever worked for. The Manager of Group Care use to be my House Manager and was amazing then, and continues to be an amazing leader and a source of positive energy for the area. The three current House Manager are some of the best people I have ever worked for and they do their best each day to support the youth and Staff. I would encourage anyone who wants to work with youth to apply and work for these amazing people. No place is perfect, there will always be something someone doesnt like, but this managment team is there to listen and support you as much as they can. Although I will be staying on casual, I will miss the management team and the many wonderful people who I have worked with.
Child and Youth Worker in Alberta
on 16 July 2021
When it’s good, it’s great, when it’s bad it’s awful
Worked here quite a while. Initially really enjoyed both the people I worked the floor with, my manager, and the youth. However, head office is a joke that lends no support or understanding if something happens that you need to deal with (ie. extended health leave, mental health, personal/family concerns). If you are not a “company man”/“yes man” or try to stand up for yourself, expect to get written up. The benefits are great and I loved the kids the I worked with, but the organizational culture is toxic. Also, be prepared to not hold grudges. The kid who bit you on Monday is going to be the kid who wants to play basketball with you on Wednesday; you need a thick skin sometimes.

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