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
Not a great place to work. You are NOT recognized for your hardwork and commitment and get very little if any respec
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 19 April 2017
I honestly don't believe there is an "enjoyable" part of this job. They will hire you on the spot and ensure little or no training. We Care will constantly disturb you for visits that do not benefit you at all & will try to impose visits upon you. As a home care company, if you work here, you will LOSE MORE than what you earn.
We Care will constantly call you the morning after a long night shift to pick up visits. This company fails to recognize that you are a human being with your own personal life and expect you to devote not 24, but 25 hours of your day to bend over backwards for them. You are NOT appreciated for your commitment and this company DOES NOT advocate on your behalf. Ever.
This is a BIG waste of your time, not to mention this company recieves LOTS AND LOTS of money but pays it's field staff VERY LITTLE. I can make more if I work part time at a retail job, in which I left my retail job for this one. Big mistake. And the benefits are garbage too.
But the real cherry on top has to be awarded to miscommunication with this company. We Care has multiple coordinators and supervisors who are all apathetic when something benefits you as a field staff. If you rely on someone from this company to forward on something from you, it either won't be done, won't be forwarded to the individual it should be forwarded to, or will backfire on you as you are the problem.
If you need to get a hold of a coordinator or supervisor, GOOD LUCK with that. You can call, leave voicemails, send e mails but YOUR VOICE WILL BE IGNORED. And management is very, very incompetent.more... No one will take accountability for their misdoings and will brush it off as nothing happened.
The office staff is also very unprofessional & talk about you behind your back. They will try to interfere with your personal life and treat it as if it should always come last, and We Care should come first. WRONG. VERY WRONG.
The name of this company SHOULD be changed to We Don't Care, which would be a much more accurate name.less
Flexible schedules, but are still harassed to modify it to the supervisors' satisfaction
Long and dragging hours with minimal pay, disrespect, office staff apathy, everything really
Client Care Coordinator (Current Employee) – We Care Edmonton – 5 April 2017
In a typical day, we have several calls coming in all at the same time. Each of us could have 2 or sometimes 3 line on-going and conversations at one time. From staff being angry about client or client family behavior or concern of health. Or client call that their staff is 3 min late, or time was changed on the week, and staff running late. At this point it a min assessment of the issues at hand and transferring to the supporting staff whether it be Hr or area Nurse. We are always busy and actively supporting each other as needed, to fill a shift to speak with a staff to forward off an update schedule or to walk staff down to speak with the area Nurse.
Client Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 31 March 2017
Constantly had to work over time (10 hours a day) and most weekends to keep up with the amount of work load. Was expected to do the job of 4 people. I was left alone in the office for days at a time answering a multi phone system and work cell phones. When someone called in sick in the office I was expected to pick up their slack and do my job effectively and efficiently with no hiccups. Called in sick once in the entire year and felt like I was shamed for it for a week. Management didnt listen to my concerns and then made me feel like I was making everything up because they were never there to actually see what was going on or how the office was being run. They would hire any caregiver that walked off the street. They fired 4 essential office staff in the year I was there and expecting me to pick up the slack while they tired to hire more office goons. No support. Always left alone and never any help. Also I was expected to train the new office staff instead of the manager. Then they asked me to train the manager. Will never go back to this place anywhere in Canada!
Long hours, way too much work for one person. Horrible management.
PSW (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 March 2017
I love to got up to gp to work meet my client ,the client are great and i dont mind travel from client to client . Management is terrible ,they dont have respect for the workers ,if you are sick with cold the still want to send you to work with the client and if you refuse then they cut your hours , they dont even respond to your emails or return phone call unless it benefits them.
Personal Support Worker (Current Employee) – Newmarket, ON – 7 March 2017
very healthy positive work environment, learning to make quick decisions on your own , learning how to utilize your time wisely, consistency of the same clients daily the hard part is driving in bad weather conditions
positive work environment
just driving if the weather is bad from consumer to consumer
Excellent management is friendly and smart at the same time.
Community Health Worker (Current Employee) – Victoria, BC – 19 February 2017
This is very good in all respects, company. Excellent management is friendly and smart at the same time. Working here, since graduating from the University Canada West Nursing Assistant, I received a huge amount of practical skills and additional knowledge in this field. I have very good relations with colleagues, management and clients as well. The only one fact makes me look for more stable job - lock of stability. I would like to have a more predictable life and the opportunity to build my plans, to work a certain shift in a certain place, for a certain time.
Personal Support Worker (Former Employee) – York Region – 10 January 2017
I found the York Region location to have issues with the overall management of the company, with things such as scheduling. I found my scheduled times often did not allow enough time for commuting. Overall the work and pay was good for a PSW job.
Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Newmarket, ON – 17 December 2016
This by far has been the worst Job/location I have ever HAD. MANAGEMENT is unprofessional and unsupportive. Very high stress and you are damned if you ask for guidance or any type of help by management. The turnover rate explains it all however management seems to turn a blind eye to the obvious, also applies to many accepts in the office.
Health Care Aide (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 27 August 2016
A typical day at work was when I met my first Resident, and that was my first day at work in Canada as a Health Care Aide. The client appreciated my services to her. At the end of my shift with her, she offered me money, but I refused because it was against our job ethics. As I Left, she called my office to complain about my refusal to take money. She further told the office that the kind of services I rendered to her worth compensation. My office was happy at that, and called me to the office to show appreciation.
From that incident, I learnt it is always good to put in your best at work to make your Clients/Residents happy.
Management is perfect. They appreciate staff dedications at work..
Good team co-workers.
The hardest part of the job is driving from home to home to render care.
The most enjoyable part of the job was when Clients recommends hard workers to the Employers.