Baby Sitter (Former Employee) – Trenton, ON – 8 June 2015
Working at my Grandmothers at home Daycare was one of the most fulfilling things I've done with my life. I spent a year teaching a young girl with autism how to read, use sign language, and she even could say some short words by the end of the winter!
Rpn (Former Employee) – Ottawa ontario – 8 October 2014
I got hired and did all the 3 days of training. I spoke to the supervisor and said I still wasn't quite comfortable going alone so can I have one shift where I can shadow someone. I was told that wasn't an option and the job wasn't hard. So i waited for a call as to when I could work. i wasn't receiving calls to work so I decided to call and inquire why I wasn't called for any shifts. The supervisor said she somehow lost my file. I was told I had to gather all my info again. Meaning, my references, resume redo the interview questions and get another police check. AND they weren't going to reimburse me for a second police check. That being said I kindly passed on the job offer. A joke company if you ask me.
Nanny (Former Employee) – Barrie, ON – 20 November 2013
This was a job I did in my home watching a few children of a lady wanting to go back to school for a semester. I knew from the beginning the semester would be from February to April. Mostly I would play with the children and feed them we would watch movies, do crafts and go to the park. One child had to go down for a nap daily and her one brother went for a nap if he was being difficult or grumpy.