Avis d'employé sur BC SPCA
My Review for Spca shelter in powell river on duncan street
well i got no time of no wcb and i was told if i didn't goto work i would not get payed if i called in sick also there was 5 min break had job issue's
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no free Lunch's
break's and first aid and job cleaner's and supplys and cat and dog treat's toy's and tea and coffey
it was a good job but there was issue with costumers and some costumers followed the leaflet we put out others & we listen 2 radio bonded with friends
the job was labor intensive and the hours were long know break's
the staff were some of the Costermers where inasperanced beside's the one's i knew from childhood.
My personal experience was that there was too much drama. I'm not one to cry about every little thing. I'm a fast paced hard worker but I was the only one like that. It made me biter and frustrated. There are a few rude receptionist that I was always annoyed with. Management is amazing, but need to make people work harder.
Animals, Management, Knowledge occured, amazing experiences
Gossip, drama, politics, pay, not enough employees, East Van.
Wonderful staff, and management. Work environment is positive and supportive. It's great to feel like you are making a difference in the community as well. Sad thing is the BC SPCA being a non-profit obviously doesn't have a large budget to pay their employees, but given that this shelter is in one of the most expensive cites in the province and one of the largest shelters they should most definitely be paying their staff more. Receptionists make a decent wage but Kennel assistants make an unlivable wage. The emotional toll this job has on you is not compensated enough. There is also no opportunity for advancement. There are two positions available, kennel assistant or receptionist. The turn over of staff clearly shows how unsustainable the job is unfortunately.