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Fast Paced, Educational Experience
Medical Receptionist/ Scheduling Coordinator (Former Employee), Oshawa, ONJune 11, 2014
Pros: professional
Cons: no job security
I worked in a small office, where the 2 members of office staff had to take on the role of many different positions and departments.
I learned a lot about the medical field, as well as office and email etiquette.
The hardest part of this job was the constant restructuring, and no job security.
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Care Aide (Former Employee), White Rock, BCJune 4, 2014
I had how to deal with dementia patients,
My co-workers were very cooperative.
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Productive and Enjoyable workplace with caring people
Personal Support Worker (Former Employee), Chatham-Kent, ONApril 18, 2014
Pros: being able to achieve client needs and wants
Cons: not enough hours
Coordinator would call and ask if I wanted a new client and would sometimes give me the client information. Would go into a clients home. Do bathing,dressing,grooming, Light Housekeeping,Meal Prep. Management was very easy to get along with. Didn't see many co workers. Only time I saw co workers is when I worked in the retirement home. The hardest part – more... of the job was getting used to being only one to reposition the client when they couldn't move themselves but eventually got used to doing it by myself. The most enjoyable part is being able to go into the seniors home and assist them with their needs. – less
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They do not stand behind the staff and too many lies.
Registered Practical Nurse (Shift) (Former Employee), Barrie, ONApril 16, 2014
Pros: can choose where &when to work, visiting nurses helpful, can travel as much or as little as you want.
Cons: manager does not back up staff, manipulates families, lying, mtgs geared to visiting nurses not shift, shift not given car kits, no paid mileage
loved my job with Bayshore for 10 yrs, then years11+ were lies, intro to computers which don't work, then threats by managers, no information or mis information. Work went to PSWs, then shift nursing work became almost non-existant. Most of the office staff are terrific and helpful and maybe some managers can't stand the stress, shouldn't be managers! – more... There are TOO MANY managers. I left there thinking computers were lost to me...until my next job and then with a decent programme installed all flowed well and my confidence returned. Co-workers for the most part are good but don't get to see them except at meeting or if we have a wrap around client.
Usually clients have only one shift per day. – less
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Employees are just as amazing as myself and you!
PSW (Current Employee), Brockville, ONApril 4, 2014
Employees are just as amazing as myself and you!
There is always room to learn when classes are offered!
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Run as fast as you can
nurse (Former Employee), TorontoMarch 31, 2014
Pros: none at all!
Cons: long after hours your not paid for, dealing with third party company for patient info in call centre. incompetent hr department
Worst company to work for. Unprofessional, uncaring, small minded group of people. The day I walked out of this company.. I got my life back. Not sure how they made fortune 50 designation...this company will not help you grow but keep at one level to make you a slave! No encouragement at all!
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Co-op placement volunteer
Co-op Student (Former Employee), Mississauga, ONMarch 24, 2014
Pros: free lunches on special events
I volunteered at Bayshore Home Health for about 8 months. A typical day at work as a volunteer would be exciting and interesting because you never knew what to expect. I've learned how to file important documents, and how to input a new client into the computer system. The managers were friendly and always greeted me every morning I came in to volunteer. – more... I got along with all the other employees and asked them for help when needed. I truly enjoyed volunteering here because it helped me gain experience in the medical field as well thought me how to book and schedule appointments. The hardest part of volunteering was having to leave a wonderful work environment like this place, I do hope that one day I can work at a place like Bayshore. – less
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always a new day to experience great clients in the community
Registered practical nurse (Current Employee), Belleville, ONMarch 13, 2014
Pros: benefits
Cons: traveling
I ve learned to be a quick thinker and have utilized my assessment skills on an ongoing basis. Time management is key. hardest part of the job is not getting to attatched to my clients. I work in homecare and for consistency I have a few long term clients that I work with daily, completing all care and travelling within the community and school while – more... providing personal care. the most enjoyable part of the job is being able to provide care and knowing that you are making a difference whether it be big or small in someones life. – less
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The clients, and my co-workers made my day, every day!
Hamilton - Full-time Day Receptionist (Former Employee), Hamilton, ONMarch 5, 2014
Pros: great co-workers and clients
Cons: job security
I enjoyed helping clients, and co-workers, with anything I could possibly do to assist them. They made my work day worthwhile!
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Not a very caring company, for a Home Care provider
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Edmonton, ABMarch 3, 2014
Pros: very rewarding to work with wonderful homecare aids, assist with people who needed care
Cons: non empathetic managment
Overall I enjoyed my job very much. Answering inquiries, assisting the home care aids when the called and documenting and reporting any prevalent and sensitive information to the appropriate Alberta Heath Service department. Being a female only office (not by choice), at times, many would be confrontational with each other and some were down right volatile. – more... What was the clincher of their non empathy was when I was diagnosed with cancer and need to miss work many times for surgeries and recuperation time. They were not very accommodating and very confrontational about the fact that I missed work to often, it was even noted in my performance evaluation and was deemed unsatisfactory. – less
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great place to work
Visit Nurse (Current Employee), Carleton Place, ONFebruary 25, 2014
Pros: flexibility
Cons: no guaranteed hours
great opportunity for continuing education
encourage growth, personal and professional
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playing cards with clients, if clients do have dog bring out for a walk.
Personal support worker (Current Employee), Mississauga, ONFebruary 25, 2014
enjoying work out in the community, it is my passion when out in the community you get to know different people my many races. my hardest time working is when the clients has their moments when they want to work with me either then that I love my job as a personal support worker
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Care Aide
Resident Care Aide (Former Employee), BurnabyFebruary 12, 2014
It was a good company, but didn't give much hours, and wasn't very organized. Always had me drive from 1 city to the next and then back again..
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Fun environment with good people
Patient attendant (Current Employee), Halifax, NSFebruary 12, 2014
Pros: nice co-workers
Cons: good shift
I enjoy helping people who needs my help and my focus in school is in human development and crime
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A workplace where the relationship and communication between senior management and workers are excellent
Patient Safety Officer (Former Employee), London, ONJanuary 23, 2014
I will recommend the company to anyone who is energetic and willing to learn and stay focused professionally
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Bayshore feels like home
Registered Practical Nurse (Current Employee), Chatham-Kent, ONJanuary 22, 2014
The staff and office environment is amazing. You feel like you are home when you walk through the door.
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stay away from it do yourself a favor
psw (Former Employee), HamiltonDecember 4, 2013
Cons: everything
– April 1, 2013 Worst employer ever. Lots of after hour work you are not compensated for, pay for your own cell phone and calls,no pension plan, no education fund,poor mileage (told to make up the difference on your taxes), poor pay overall, including call time. They like to say they are all about the clients, but they are not.Toxic work environment. – more... Find another employer....a lot of years I won't get back and not even a thank you when I left. Sad.

KTSD – June 27, 2013 I don't think the owner really knows what is going on at this branch. The nepotism and favouritism is unreal. I think the nsc HR needs to take a close look at why there is so much turnover/firings. Blatant harassment that is not discussed, a blind eye is turned. There is silent bullying (dirty looks, restriction, seclusion) Toxic environment. Low morale. Felt physically and emotionally sick the entire time I worked there.

AN I second all these comments. I will add that there is lack of management and as soon as they are involved the nepotism and retaliation kicks in. Its awful. It is against the law to threaten intimidate, and retaliate against a casual worker. but they do it and get away with it. They even make up situations so they don't have to visit a difficult client, ie cover their own butts.. It used to be good but they care more about the CCAC contract then their clients needs or their psws. I watched it evolve into a bs situation to work for. When the CCAC contract was awarded I thought to myself oh here it comes wait for it. It used to be a great place to work for, sad.
Morale with the front line workers used to be great, its awful now, stay far away from this company for psw work. – less
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COMPANY GOOD TO WORK FOR
Personal Support Worker (Current Employee), lONDON ONTARIONovember 30, 2013
I WOULD LIKE TO FINE A COMPANY THAT OFFERS MORE
STABILITY I RETURNED TO THIS JOB UNTIL I FOUND WORK
IN THE FIELD I FEEL MORE COMFORTABLE IN THATS IS
INDUSTRIAL WORK.
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enjoy challenge and diversity
Client Services Manager (Current Employee), Various Branches, last few months in AlbertaNovember 19, 2013
Pros: meeting the client's needs and making a difference in their lives
Cons: the job never stops, it's not 9-17.
Starting the day with the phones ringing, staff unable to make their shifts and replacement staff needs to be scheduled. New client calls for service and assessment. Staff calls with an injury that needs to be reported to WorkSafe BC. I have learned to prioritize and keep a level head and staying calm and positive. I don't believe in spending negative – more... energy on things I cannot change, but concentrate on changing the things I can. Juggling and managing internal and external customers and keeping everyone happy. I have great relationships with co-workers, have never had problems getting along with people at every level. The hardest part of the job would be not satisfying everyone's needs. The most enjoyable part is the end of the day when everything is completed as best as can be. – less
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More productive and knowledgable
RPN (Current Employee), Kitchener ONNovember 7, 2013
I started my nursing currier at bayshore home health as a Registered Practical Nurse where i learned so many things. firstly, time management and organisational skills, leadership skills etc. all the management staff and co-workers are so polite and very helpful.Since the work environment is great it is very easy to tackle difficult situations at the – more... work. the most enjoyable part of the job is you get see see all veriety of clients in the community and lots of opportunities to learn new things and to gain more knowledge. – less

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