Sensity Deafblind and Sensory Support Network of Canada
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Honestly...a lot of wasted potential

2,0
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30 avril 2019
This company doesn’t care about it’s front line employees, and demonstrates it at every turn. I was really excited to work here, but instead I feel unsupported and in some cases, unsafe. Management is secretive, manipulative, dishonest, impossible to get in touch with (emails go unanswered, phone calls not returned)...

They are currently experiencing a staffing crisis, and as an employee, it’s not hard to understand why. Treat your employees with a bit of decency and respect.
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1,0
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3,0
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1,0
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1,0
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1,0
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Points positifs
Wonderful clients, good coworkers
Points négatifs
Terrible schedules, lack of support from supervisors and managers, poor communication, overall ignorance and lack of respect
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24 mai 2020
CDBA was a place in the field to start out my career.
I soon learned that the environment was toxic, unprofessional and if you were a good worker then all the work would be put on you.

I felt burnt out while others skated by and never had repercussions for their actions.

No consistency or team work.
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5,0
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13 mars 2020
Same roleSame location
This is a busy work environment. The people supported have very busy lives and we are on the go from the start of shift to the end of shift doing all kinds of things: supporting ADL's, learning about consumers and supporting their communication and independence, lots of programming and activities. We do a ton of fun things with the consumers and we get paid for it. Camping, hiking, Disney on Ice, music therapy, pet therapy, crafts, hockey games, etc. The team I work with is amazing and our supervisor is very supportive and a great mentor. I love the apartment I work in and I don't plan on leaving.

The hardest part of the job is shift work but that comes with this line of work. Management is trying to show more appreciation for the staff and the new employee recognition stuff is really good.
Points positifs
Wage, benefits, paid vacation
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Shift work
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1,0
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12 février 2020
Majority of the management staff needs to be cleaned out and kicked to the curb. They are the number one problem as to why so many people are resigning, or being forced out, due to their lack of respect for their employees. I could go on forever about how horrible of a place it is to work just due to management alone, but I don’t want to put that negativity on anyone else. The consumers are amazing though!
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