Personal Support Worker (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 28 October 2017
the only problem i know is existing on this company is a un stable management , always changing people they can't find right person to fill the job, and the current union is not open to the concern of worker they are more on management side
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – few – 29 January 2018
Poor management on many leves, advancement only possible if you kiss you know what big time...jobs are given out to those how can suck up. Poorly managed place, some managers don't even have bachelor degree...some staff should be fired long time ago, lots of gossip, low job morals, and bad attitude. People's wishes and needs are brushed off, each year that place is doing more cuts and the clients are the ones who are paying for it with lower quality of care ( less staff, cheaper food, less services). That place is going downhill. It used to be reputable place to look up to, now it's all about deceiving public how great Baycrest is ,where in reality it's not. Baycrest keep cutting jobs and stripping itself to bare bones while the CEO and higher management keep their salaries very high- needles I say CEO of Baycrest used to make the most earnings our of all hospitals in Ontario?- but wait- Baycrest is non for profit organization, right? hmmm - think twice. Baycrest is all about making money.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 January 2017
Pros Great work environment with a wonderful team. Management is understanding, helpful, and encouraging. I am currently in a nursing program and during my time at Baycrest each staff member has gone above and beyond to further my education and experience. Although I'm part time I receive plenty of work hours, so long as you make yourself available. Above all else, it's a rewarding job that allows you to help others! Cons Not every staff member is as enthusiastic about there job as others, and that sometimes reflects in teamwork and communication. That being said, you would find that in every position or career.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – North York, ON – 4 July 2016
My time at Baycrest was incredibly rewarding. I managed to work with a highly professional, caring and hard working team/ As a unit clerk/medical receptionist, we always worked together in high amount focus and managed to deliver the best possible service to our patients. Well done!
RPN (Current Employee) – Baycrest – 17 January 2016
I have worked at a few hospitals and Baycrest is a special place for employees and the clients. A typical work day is very demanding and there are lots of expectations, but I find this is similar in any hospital I have worked at. Great co-workers and a supportive manager go a long way. I have been through a lot of change throughout my years in healthcare and I bet there is a lot of change that will continue to happen. I don't think healthcare is suited for people who have a hard time with change.
Admin (Former Employee) – Baycrest – 25 March 2015
Very dysfunctional place. Tons of turnover. Lack of team work, manager is clueless. Agree with the previous poster... Triple the work load if you are afraid to speak up or if you do, colleagues turn on you and add to your workload. HR is a mess, clueless and high turnover in their own department. Promotion and advancement to those who know people, not through qualifications. Toxic work environment
Student Nurse, Acute and Complex Care Unit (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 28 May 2014
What I appreciate and enjoyed most about Baycrest was the supportive learning environment where my peers and I had access to updated technological equipment, meditech training and a variety of new utility supplies that helped us help our patients confidently.
The nurses at Baycrest were experienced, helpful and had faith in our abilities as student which help us grow in our confidence
management (Former Employee) – management – 6 March 2013
Inept senior management all fearing for their jobs, backstabbing co-workers, dead wood employees that have kept their jobs thru politics not performance, useless IT department, triple work loads of those too afraid to speak up, in-fighting at senior management level, very low pay.....do yourself a favour and run the other way from this dysfunctional and highly political workplace