Health care Aide (Former Employee), edmonton, AB – November 7, 2013
Not a single is day at work is the same but I strive to keep my mind tuned towards success and keep out the junk (negativity) as much as possible. What I've learned is to be happy with what I have while pursuing all that I want. Management is always encouraging and I love to reciprocate that with hard work and deliver what's required of me. Co-workers – more... are great. Everyone has a not so good of a start everyday so, a small compliment towards them really gives them boost and make them feel better. After all, Giving starts the process of receiving. The toughest part of the job is when you've exhausted all avenues to help someone (client with their respiratory benefits) but you still fall short.and don't get approved. The best part of the job is that every failure and rejection allows me to begin more intelligently, think critically and think with a problem solving mentality. – less
Companion Sitter (Current Employee), Brandon, MB – July 5, 2013
Pros: team player and work well with others
Cons: not getting enough work
Assisting clients in their home with menial tasks that they can;t perform any longer. Learned how to work with individuals with certain illnesses The staff at We Care are easy to get along with Lifting someone in their home if need be or bathing them Working with the the clients and learning about their lives
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
Home Health Aide, Apex (Former Employee), Jacksonville, FL – August 15, 2014
Pros: able to maintain own schedule
Cons: less work involved
Maintained a stable and non hostile fun environment working with terminally and unstable patients. The agency was a team friendly environment and I enjoyed working well with others. The hardest part was scheduling and having to part from clients you have gotten used to working with and the most enjoyable was making new friends with new friendly faces.
SOCIAL INTERNSHIP (Former Employee), Mumbai, MH – August 10, 2014
Pros: social prganisation
• Led a 4 member team and drafted the inaugural yearbook for the NGO after a detailed study of the activities from 2002-2012. The yearbook will soon be used as a reference for future expansion • Prepared a video highlighting the activities of the NGO which will soon feature as a TV commercial
Contracted DCF Transportation Specialist (Current Employee), East Hartford, CT – June 26, 2014
. Established therapeutic relationship with individuals receiving services to ensure effecting guidance and support . Provide transportation to and from school, clinical therapy appointments and physicians appointments . Monitors individuals behaviors
ASSISTANT MANAGER (Former Employee), Rochester, NY – November 22, 2013
Experienced business professional with highly developed management training. A motivational person with presentation skills seeking to develop successful teaching methods to move forward in the employer co-op and to manage new hires & directing a for manageable employees.
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