At CleanStart, we place people at the core of our operations. We create training and career opportunities for those with barriers to employment. We provide a living wage and extended health benefits for both part-time and full-time employees.
All participation in company surveys are voluntary and confidential. Social return on employment is based on the Social Return multiplier of $3.27 developed by Ernst & Young (2017).
2022 year-to-date estimated social return on employment
Moderately to severely barriered to traditional employment
Staff reported that CleanStart has significantly improved their housing situation
First Nations, Metis, or Inuit
Steven is CleanStart’s first employee and is still employed with us today. He is a resident of the Downtown Eastside. Living conditions in an SRO can be challenging and he doesn’t have access to a phone or internet. Despite this, he always makes it to work for his 3 day a week schedule. Steven truly is the heart of CleanStart.
Jake has worked for CleanStart for 1.5 years – the longest he has ever held a position. Jake is a person with non-verbal autism and started his employment with us working once a month. Now, Jake shows up for his weekly shift without fail.