Medical Office Assistant (Former Employee), Kitchener, ON – February 2, 2013
Cons: was none
I enjoyed the people I worked with there. And had found the environment to be a pleseant one. I answered calls, and did filing and faxing along with any required photocopying. Management had been good and polite as well as my coworkers. I learned a lot of things while working there like how to operate a 3 line telephone system. I enjoyed just being – more... there. – less
The office manager was more of a friendly type than a manager type. I felt as though my qualifications were ignored and also sacrificial to each and .
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) (Former Employee), Las Cruces, NM – March 26, 2013
Pros: you go home at night knowing you've helped some one in need.
Cons: i cant really think of any
I felt as though all of the years I've chosen to be a care giver were constantly challenged. My worth as a caregiver was never an important factor. The clients I received at times litterally made me feel as if I always needed to defend myself, emotionally. I have always considered myself to be a very strong and universal individual, no matter my surroundings. – more... But, As an employee of We Care.... I took my Certified Nursing Assistance certificate and CPR certification along with all the years of caregiving that I could remember and I threw it all out the window. Because I have never seen a company so worried about profit and less worried about the service provided to the patients and employees of the company.I went from caring for a person on every level to being a family member that wanted no part of it. It was extremely sad. I found my self driving back and forth as though I were the family member out of pity. – less