Personal Support Worker (Current Employee) – Newmarket, ON – 27 October 2017
Flexible scheduling, positive work culture, Training & Development-Focused. As social beings, we naturally seek support from our peers and seek to belong to a group. Come tough times, the team should come together to deal with whatever problems are out there. This is where a sense of unity is evoked in the team and employees will no longer just feel that they’re working for themselves. They are now working towards something bigger than themselves, and as a team.
Client Services Supervisor (Former Employee) – Kingston, ON – 7 December 2017
When I worked for We Care, the culture was open, friendly, caring and consistent. Once CBI took over, their morals, ethics, standards became questionable and upper management took an "I don't care attitude", its all about making money, not caring for their office staff/nurses and the hostile/bullying atmosphere that has made an incredibly high staff turnover, and a large amount of "stress leaves" due to incompetent management and HR!
HR not acknowleging harrassing/bullying atmosphere and not dealing with the culprits
Personal Support Worker (Current Employee) – Greater Sudbury, ON – 1 October 2017
The best company to work for, excellent stuff, benefits, if you really want to work you will have lots of hours. Management very understanding clients very nice and kind I am proud to be part of this company.
Personal Support Worker (Former Employee) – Durham Region, ON – 22 September 2017
I worked with company for almost 1yr. And it started off good just like and company.. And down hill after that, would play around with your schedule, avoid your calls, short on travel pay hours. Pretty much sums up we care
Caregiver (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 5 September 2017
Great team ...Management care deeply for their clients and employees refresher course are given and paid for by the company which is a big plus. .if for any reason you or a client is not please they find a replacement without pressuring you working for the company has also provided opportunities . .I am please to be working for We Care and would definitely recommend We Care Home Health Services
Personal Support Worker (Former Employee) – Fredericton, NB – 24 July 2017
Go to clients home and do all required tasks. The hardest part of the Job was when a very well liked client passes away .. but it was always an enjoyable time while they were still hwre. I've veryy outgoing and compassionate. This I think was the perfect job for me
CCA (Former Employee) – Halifax, NS – 16 July 2017
I enjoyed my employment with CBI/WeCare in the past. Great, friendly, helpful, encouraging management and other staff. I enjoy the house to house, one on one type of care. Due to me moving I was unable to stay with the company based in HFX/Dartmouth.
Field LPN (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 6 July 2017
The owners genuinely cared about the work conditions as I needed many adjustments to my work station because of my carpal tunnel syndrome. In the field, I received tremendous support from the supervisors.
Health Care Aide (Former Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 27 June 2017
Some staffs are nice and most of the staffs are okay. Usually, they dont give enough client for a day. Like say for example, in a day, they inly gave me 2.5 hours and sometimes 3.5 hours and each client are far from each other's houses. They also dont pay for the mileage that their employee are consuming. Also, they dont have enought client for the amount of worker they have.
I think the management of Wecare are killing the company
Infusions Nurse (Former Employee) – Airdrie, AB – 3 May 2017
I love working closely with patients and building a rapport of trust and caring with them and their families. You can't do that with this company. The budget is so tight, the pay so low, the staff support so poor if any. Most staff are daily afraid of being fired since the new management turnover. The staff do their best and the patient seem content, but nobody feels assured that their position is stable.
able to build relationships with patients
staff hate the Management and feel threatened and intimidated