Questions and Answers about Bayshore HealthCare

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If you were to leave Bayshore HealthCare, what would be the reason?

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To much travel no mileage paid.. No hours really..salary is not great..

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If the company were to make any accusations/insistence’s that completely went against work safety rules or my character/work ethic, then I would leave.

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If you don't mind NOT WORKING. Apply at Bayshore. They will hire you for a full time position and then give you one to two hours per day. That's how they roll. Do not waste your time or education at this company.

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Lack of communication. Being hired, rushed through an orientation and handed a binder of 8hrs of reading,quizzes and you are not paid for it. And then later no hours! No hours and no communication, playing favorites and giving one person all the hours, making it obvious on day of orientation! Not being paid for mileage.

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Pay is not a living wage in vancouver

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To keep it simple, please have management that are involved in nursing; don't. We know this is a capitilistic environment and front line workers will alwats be overworked and underpaid. I will never recommend this career to my son, its to cold. I feel it is a hostil work environment. Police officers watch eachother, firefighters have eachothers backs and EMTs always trust their partners. I remember xrivung to Calgary for a jog interview and because it was a beautiful spring day, I wore open toed sandals. But I killedit with my looksand my confidence. I drove home, sent her a tect to say what a pleasant interview it was and she rezponded by how wonderful I looked, but the open toed sandals were not satisfactory. WOW...I shoud mention she isn't a nurse. Any nurse would laugh like I did. I had nasty nursing shoes in the trunk and some snow boots. Think about this, we need real nurses who saves lifes.Not what shed your wearing. Mind you if my feet stunk...interview over...lol.

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Cant mix business with humanitarian efforts. The owner sleeps well at night.

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Only cares about money, not their clients or employees. Management is awful and biased. No room for growth. Burn out occurs in almost every employee due to lack of resources, employees being expected to do things against labour law, and not having anyone to advocate or support them. No appreciation, just punishment for wrongdoings. Nothing is managed properly so errors are constantly made and never resolved. Clients are receiving poor or no service at this point and it's disheartening.

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Bad reputation, they are not a well qualified organization! I wouldn't trust them with my cat!

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Bayshore has people who are not nurses who are in management! Do you really think they actually care about their clients? It is a joke. My family members will never use their services!

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