Accounts Payable Administrator (Former Employee) – East York, ON – 30 May 2017
I worked with the Accountant at March of Dimes. She was very friendly and always helped me where I needed. It is deadline oriented non profit organization where the invoices needs to be entered into the system within time.
Service Aid Attendant (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 25 April 2017
A typical day at March of Dimes was never dull. There was always someone who required care ( lift, turns, to be fed ect.). We all worked as a team if a client required two people we were there. I learned so many great things from working at March of Dimes that I can apply to not only everyday life but in the workplace as well. This includes confidence, leadership skills, being punctual and many more.
A friendly work environment which made it easy to learn in.
Cleaner/General Maintenance Worker (Former Employee) – Thunder Bay, ON – 24 August 2016
gained a lot of experience on computers and filing. I'v gained more experience in my communication skills writin and typing and being organized . i liked greeting people and talking on the phone . the most enjoyable part was doing research on the computers .
Vocational Rehabilitation Specialist (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 May 2016
This used to be a great place to work although the salaries were always below the industry standards and raises are non existent. Then management changed and it became terrible. They do not honour their employment agreements, micro manage like crazy and everything is about money even though they are supposed to be a not for profit. Would not recommend. There are far better places to work that pay more money and treat people like adults.
Senior Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation Worker (Former Employee) – Barrie, ON – 26 November 2014
There isn't anything negative about my experience in this work experience as a Senior Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation Worker. I always felt if I had questions or concerns the open door of everyone made me feel confident in my position to find the answers I needed to be the best support worker I can be.
Great enviroment with an amazing collaborative team
Personal Support Worker (Former Employee) – st catharines – 10 April 2013
i have learned respect client privacy, prompt indepenance. typical day- i worked midnights check on clients, reposition, answer the on call phone. management was alright, coworkers loved all my co workers. hardest part- working midnights alone,struggled with some of the heavier patients. most enjoyable is just the reward feeling at the end of the day when you know you are helping people and cheering people up and being positive