YMCA of Southwestern Ontario
Happiness score is 43 out of 100
3.3 out of 5 stars.
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    Primary & Secondary Schools
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    YMCA of Southwestern Ontario website
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Dietary planner-Full time in London, ON
on 20 December 2022
Workplace with fun
I have been working since one year, I enjoy working in this place, but not satisfied with the pay. But they still have very good benefits with a free membership for yourself and 25% off for personal training, also off for family membership as well. It’s really a great place to work. The management is simply awesome.
Membership Services Representative in London, ON
on 30 January 2023
Not good not bad
If you want to make some extra money while in school and get a free gym membership, this is the place for you. The Y gives so much to the community in subsidized memberships which is great except that they don't have enough leftover to pay their employees a fair wage.
Membership Services Representative in Sarnia, ON
on 17 December 2022
Great members, horrible management
Over worked and under paid. 6-7 day work weeks. No raises (only when minimum wage went up that was considered a raise) ,no benefits. Unappreciated is an understatement.
Casual supply in London, ON
on 8 December 2022
Difficult…
I wouldn’t recommend this as a first time job. You are alone most of the day with your set ratio of children. You are tossed into a room full of children you don’t know and good luck learning their names as you won’t have someone to help guide you along the way. If you can’t handle stressful situation, don’t work here. If you’re experienced in working in single ratios, this could be for you. Hours are okay but they might cancel all your shifts without any reasoning.
Educator in Lucan, ON
on 24 August 2022
Not the place to work if you want to make a living wage
The pay rate is terrible and you cannot comfortably pay bills or afford to make a living off of the wages. Management is awful, they do not listen to you and they all gossip and speak negatively if you are not a favourite staff. It’s all about policies and an unecessary amount of paperwork. The company doesn’t care about you as an employee. It’s very rare that you receive positive feedback. Very toxic management environment. Only work 5 hours a day (split shift) and only work full time hours in P.D. Days or camps.

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