Heath Care Attendant (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 29 August 2013
A typical night at work would be to just make sure the client is safe, help with transfers and toileting. The enjoyable part of this job is that I get to help people in need. I have learnt a new respect for the elderly doing this job. Although I do enjoy my job and the pay, I would really like a change in life and would like to learn and do something new. I do not enjoy working nights anymore and would love to work full time days doing something more physical, new and different. I also do not like the fact of not knowing where I am going every time I get a new client and don't always have regular hours.
Flexible, good pay
not knowing what i am walking into, no regular hours, night shifts
Client Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Sudbury, ON – 24 May 2017
My experience working for Bayshore as a Client Service Coordinator was not good. The Manager is beyond disrespectful to the Client Service Coordinators and she is currently still working there. There's a revolving door of CSC's because of how they are treated. Wages are very low, starting at just over $14 per hour and no raise until after one year, if you can handle the abuse that long. You can gain a lot of office administration experience though. It is very fast pace and stressful at times, do to the workload. After 3 months they offer a drug/med plan that you pay for depending on how much coverage you need.
Unit Aide (Former Employee) – Halifax, NS – 19 May 2017
The wages were very good. no opportunity to advance. always just a casual. negative stigma attached to being from an outside employer. Easy to get blamed for things because they think casuals don't know anything.
Going to the residences of elderly clients, performing duties including (but not limited to) bathing, feeding, laundry, housecleaning, etc. If you can put up with the more crotchety ones, a very rewarding job.
I started working with this company when I lived in Ontario, and the management there was amazing. Always flexible with working with my hours, never give hard time, very understanding. makes you want to work more for them and when I moved out West to Vancouver Island I got transferred and have been continuing my loyalty to this company. The management out west have been also amazing.
Sitter (Current Employee) – Fredericton, NB – 6 May 2017
What else can I say... They won't help if you have any problems. every single one of them talks to you like you're garbage. First few weeks the hours are great but after that; nothing! Horrible management.
Registered Nurse (RN) (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 23 April 2017
Great clients however horrible management! Management was rarely available/supportive and would always talk down to you. Office staff would constantly call begging you to work past your availability almost every day due to lack of staff (hmm wonder why) The turnover rate for my old branch was sickening! People got hired, trained and worked less than a few months then left the company because something much better came along with less stress. The only good thing about working for this company were the clients I cared for. Even after I quit with a formal letter given to management the scheduling staff were still calling me asking me to work - just goes to show you the major lack of communication from the branch I used to work for.
Personal Support Worker (Current Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 8 April 2017
The individuals working at Bayshore Home Health sincerely believe in doing all they can in assisting the elderly by setting up schedules, people's assistance ie. social work, support workers etc. Each Nurse is efficient in coming at the drop of a dime to provide medical care. Everyone from housekeeping up in personal are professional in appearance and attitude. Lifke any company with so many staffed there are bound to be sections that need accommodation ie. refresher courses, motivational rewards, distance in the workplace from people who become friends rather than co-workers etc. The seniors are always appreciative of the services they are supplied. Many of the people the support workers see can't wait to have someone that can do the work and do it well.
Employment and Medicines are paid
No motivational perks, if a staff is feeling good about their work that staff is quickly put down.
Personal Support Worker (Current Employee) – Windsor, ON – 6 April 2017
I started working for Bayshore 1year ago .great staff and managers love to see my clients smile every time I go visit them .Bayshore also treats there employees with different events through the year .The coordinators are also very happy and understanding.
Client Service Coordinator (Current Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 3 April 2017
Happily employed at bayshore home health care. Great staff and clients. I like that the company promotes from within and feel that there is the opportunity for advancement for those who are interested. The entry wage for admin is good, but raises are based on years of service rather than performance.
Promotes from within the company; staff; management
Wage is based on years of service; long work hours
SPOC nurse (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 23 March 2017
No proper training provided at all. If you ask for support,help or dare to speak up, they will throw notices at you and throw you under the wheels of the bus at any given they get not to admit their failure to manage program properly.Damned if you do, damned if you don't policy.
Registered Practical Nurse (Current Employee) – Sarnia, ON – 15 March 2017
I love working with people and I love being busy and fast paced all the while educating and providing the best care possible. Bayshore does offer a variety of nursing skills to be learned. Although if there is no work I don't work with makes me uneasy .
Registered Practical Nurse, Community Care (Current Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 15 March 2017
great company, decent pay for new RPNs, no security when working with one on one clients, community nursing is not for everyone all depends on the clients you get to work with. All staff at bayshore have been very kind and supportive
Health Care Aide (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 14 March 2017
they gave more shifts that are convenient for the health care aides, i learned so many skills and knowledge through trainings they have, the management are lenient and approachable. the hardest part of the job was travelling in winter times but the most enjoyable part was being a part of the health care team and able to render professional home care to the clients who needs most.
Registered Care Aide (Current Employee) – Vancouver Private – 13 March 2017
It's a pretty decent place to work. Not perfect though. Scheduling is been quite good compared to other organizations that I have worked at. Hrs are pretty consistant. Training is neglected though, but supervisors pretty much leave you alone. All in all I recommend Bayshore