Outcomes Report (2014-15)

OCS Annual Outcomes Report 2014-2015

Separation within the first 90 days

Gender Analysis

Increase in hours of work Personal or family issues

1 2


14 69


Top Position Losses

Length of Service

Shelter Worker

7 6 6 5 5

Under 1 year 1 - 5 years 6 - 10 years over 11 years

27 36 14

Transition House Worker

Child and Youth Care Counsellor

Crisis Line Support Worker Early Childhood Educator


Manager/Executive Position Analysis

Age Profile

Deputy Executive Director

1 1


13 33 17

Program Coordinator

26-35 36-45 46-55

Program-Specific Losses



9 7 6 6



Transition Houses

Fraser Health Crisis Line

5 5

Healthiest Babies

Exit Interview/Survey Analysis

Other Information Number of Postings Number of New Hires

Interviews/Surveys Done Completion Percentage


101 127


Note: Hires include summer students (18); some positions had multiple hires

While the overall number of employee separations has increased this year, it is notable that many of these positions were casual or temporary positions within the agency who either left for more permanent positions, or were terminated for not being available to work casual shifts for very extended periods of time. Some programs struggle to find applicants with appropriate qualifications for the work, given that the wages are much higher when working in similar positions directly within government, school districts and local health authorities. Many of our programs are considered “training” grounds for employees seeking experience prior to applying for more lucrative provincial government positions.

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