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DSP in Winnipeg, MB
on 2 January 2021
DspManagement tries their best but funding is really low. Some of the managers, and staff at HQ are really nice, and condsiderate. can't say the same for some others. Same thing as staff but i guess that's how life is overall.
KDSP in Portage la Prairie, MB
on 24 July 2021
Don't waste your Precious time on this companyOne of the worst companies to work for. No ones job is secure and they just up and let people go with no reason. Also the management is horrible, Rude,( specially the HR manager )the Facility Managers and Directors are not proffesionls . The Facility Managers sumply sit at the office, never help the staff while on the shift, they thinking they are the BIG boss this company LOL.They gets to do whatever they want and don’t care about direct support staff, never increase the wages,its the lowest giving in Manitoba,most of the house the individuals living like a homeless, sometimes no food and proper dress for the individuals. There are so many politics involved that I wouldn’t even bother working here again. Good luck to those who still work there.
Executive Assistant in Winnipeg, MB
on 20 March 2020
Best Company I’ve Worked ForI really have nothing bad to say about working at VOI, but right now, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, they’ve been so on top of things and so supportive of everyone’s mental health. Keeping everyone together via video conference meetings every morning, being understanding of other obligations we may have (kids, parents, pets, etc.), and just overall acting like they really care about their staff.
Direct Support Professional in Winnipeg, MB
on 26 January 2020
Great employerThis is a great place to work. Good work life balance and flexible shifts. Management listens, co workers are great and working together with them is fulfilling.
Support Worker in Winnipeg, MB
on 30 November 2019
working was better before another manager cameWorking conditions were good until another manager came. There was a reduction in the number of staff which we felt was affecting our delivery of care to the clients. We felt that salaries should be increased consider the nature of work and the risk
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Criminal Record Check and Child Abuse Registry Check.
Shared on 29 March 2019
Basic not unique very predictable
Shared on 8 January 2019
First aide, nvci, adult and child abuse check list
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