Support Worker at Vancouver Coastal Health
lots of diversity. ITs a Hospital settings. So, Expect to follow medical model. Work on casuals if you like to make your own schedule. everything is online. Some might feel bullied by other coworker. I would personally suggest, dont even bother to complain to management. As management don't do anything. work for 8 hours, get your money and come home. be there physically not mentally. sounds not ve...
Mental Health Support Worker in Vancouver, BC
on March 31, 2023
Its an honor to be a part of this team. Workers are highly train, making sure to give the best quality service to their clients. Staff are very approachable, supportive and always ready to help.
Community Support Worker in Vancouver, BC
on September 14, 2022
It was an overall positive experience with supportive staff and management. There were team-building activities and periodical training. Management was responsive and life-work balance was encouraged.
Prenatal Support Worker in Vancouver, BC
on May 15, 2022
Staffing and morale are awful. Seem to be spinning the wheels but never changing anything. The simple answer is "that's the way it's always been" wrong answer
Home Support Worker in Powell River, BC
on November 4, 2021
Good but could have been better. Not enough hours. But they keep hiring. No benefits until you're regular but goodluck getting that regular job. Im just there for the money I guess. I need to survive.
Community Support Worker in Richmond, BC
on May 2, 2020
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Last updated: July 18, 2022
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