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It’s an okay company, unfortunately and the coordinators are not organized. The clients are absolutely the best part of the job. We are severely underpaid and required to send emails and phone calls on our days off.
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Overall, very unfriendly and unsupportive environment.

The most enjoyable part of the job was assisting clients and interacting with families, however a bad management and a lack of support made it extremely difficult to provide safe and sufficient care for people in need. Time, designated for appointments, was very short and included drive time from home to home. Minimal wage was paid and not covered any overtime. The company built a schedule, which required broken hours. For example, from 7 am to 13 pm, and from 16 pm to 21 pm. My day assignment included 13 to 15 visits.


I cannot identify any pros


No brakes, no lunches, no benefits
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Based on 506 survey responses
What people like
  • Ability to meet personal goals
  • Ability to learn new things
  • Clear sense of purpose
Areas for improvement
  • Fair pay for job
  • Sense of belonging
  • Support from manager

Bayshore Healthcare gives the best!

What is the best part of working at the company?They treat everyone equally in line with the company s policy and ethical Healthcare standards and norms no matter your background, colour or experience. They will teach and guide you in the right way. I love to work fir Bayshore Healthcare Montreal Quebec again and again. Great and wonderful people ready to guide you no matter your challenges or background, they will show you love and accept you as you are. Adequate resources to support your Healthcare works giving the clients the best form of health care are made possible and better facilitated through these resources availabilities. They are the best!What is the most stressful part about working at the company?You just have to be with your clients no matter how far apart they are and you MUST be ready to give the best meeting the accepted Healthcare Quality and standards in Canada. So I don't see it as stress but challenge yo make you buckle ip!What is the work environment and culture like at the company?Very Good ! It measures up to the international Standard Level.What is a typical day like for you at the company?I stay with my client following the daily scheduled or routine given for that particular client to get and give the best to the client involved
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Terrible Management

Revolving door of management. Schedulers try their best, but they can't seem to get it right. Most clients are delightful, but some are a nightmare...
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Such a great team working environment. I learned a lot and was grateful for all the opportunities that were given. Was sad to leave but this is life
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Flexible hours

Supportive office staff and feels great to help sosny clients and build relationships.Hardest part is filling in the week and not getting reimbursed for gas.
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Interesting, fun supportive environment

What is the best part of working at the company?Being able to travel to new communities in Nunavut and meeting so many people. Bayshore management and colleagues are amazingly supportive at all times , only one phone call away . Someone is always there to pick up. I love working for this company. I feel very lucky to be a part of the Bayshore family !What is the most stressful part about working at the company?I cannot think of anything that was stressful other than being weathered in from time to time, and that is just Mother nature not Bayshore. What is the work environment and culture like at the company?The culture and work environment is upbeat, friendly, inclusive and has your back no matter what.What is a typical day like for you at the company?Up by 7 am ,get ready for work , walk through the snow or get picked up by a car full of ures . Arrive to work at 8:30 and hit the deck running. Wonderful supportive staff from NU gov all around to show the way, many patients seen in a day. Sometimes out into the community to connect with patients. . At the office often connecting with sites all through Nunavut or treatment centres in many different parts of Canada. Sometimes working in the emrg dept of hospital, then into the police cells to clear someone who's been in cells all night. Many conversations with Drs, Elders, surgeons, addiction centres, family members, staff etc. Very busy ,very fulfilling . Leave office by 5 most days. Sometimes stay for overtime or may get called in by emrg or by the charge nurse. Have time to get groceries make dinner connect with - 
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Positive team and meaningful work

Great team, meaningful purpose.Culture focused on belonging and doing the right thing for customers and employees. People are encouraged to share their perspective and ideas.Opportunities for advancement.
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Never a dull moment

What is the best part of working at the company?It's not a desk job. Always kept moving and on the go.What is the most stressful part about working at the company?You are over worked . If you have a family you'll just seem to be visiting your kids What is a typical day like for you at the company?You have your regulars and then one day you dont
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Hard but rewarding work

I enjoyed my 20 years at Bayshore albeit strenuous at times. But the client connections were very rewarding. If you are good at autonomous work and ready to accept lots of different hours and schedules you’ll enjoy the position. Managers come and go a lot so you need to really keep track of your client load and be prepared to advise schedulers of what’s best for your clients and yourself




Travel can be extensive
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Always Improving

There are a few issues, ,but the management team is really trying to improve in everything they do. People are treated fairly and client care is their first concern!
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It is fun working with Bayshore

What is the best part of working at the company?The scheduler are very supportive and understanding. The supervisor has a listening ear. Very supportive and pick calls and return calls instanty. The employee coordinators are ready to help, and support with resources to work.What is the most stressful part about working at the company?Client cancellation of shift and no replacement for the shift immediately. What is the work environment and culture like at the company?There's respect for employees and the client. What is a typical day like for you at the company?Not busy, there are not enough shift for me, my schedule is very spacious
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Great place to work

have had the privilege of working as a support worker with Bayshore Home Healthcare for the past year, and I can confidently say that this has been an extraordinary experience. From the very beginning, Bayshore's commitment to both their clients and their employees is evident, and I am proud to be a part of their dedicated team.Client-Centered Approach (5/5): Bayshore Home Healthcare places the well-being of their clients at the forefront of everything they do. They take the time to carefully match support workers with clients to ensure compatibility and the best possible care. This level of personalization not only benefits the clients but also creates a supportive environment for the staff, as we can build strong, meaningful relationships with those we assist.Comprehensive Training and Resources (5/5): Bayshore provides top-notch training and resources to its support workers. They understand the importance of continuously enhancing our skills and knowledge to provide the best care. Whether it's in-house training or access to the latest caregiving techniques, I always felt well-prepared for any situation.Supportive Team and Work Culture (5/5): The work culture at Bayshore is nurturing and supportive. There's a strong sense of community among support workers, and management is always there to lend a helping hand or listen to any concerns. The open lines of communication contribute to a positive and collaborative atmosphere.Flexibility and Work-Life Balance (5/5): Bayshore values the well-being of its employees and understands the importance of work-life balance. They - 
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The Worst place

Not recommended. The management is horrible. The hardest part of job is not only dealing with patients but the managements...... lack of reliability
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There is a good opportunity to build confidence and put nursing skills into practice ;As there are manyClients with many different illnesses

What is the best part of working at the company?The support of those in authority; are there to support the nurse re client care ;being trusted to learn new procedures;educational training is provided for professional growth and development ;competitive salaryWhat is the most stressful part about working at the company?Commuting ldistances; but staffingtries to accommodate when possible, byby giving nurses assignments as close as possible to their place of residenceBecause of the nature of the work; it is difficult to have continuity of care; but the nurse is given the same client to care for whenever possibleWhat is the work environment and culture like at the company?It is a place where the nurse is treated as a professional; whose ability to make decisions is respected; also where critical thinking is required as most clients require only one nurse for their care; so the nurse is usually working alone. There is flexibility with the schedule.What is a typical day like for you at the company?Arrive at the residence of the client;sign invia the Bayshore appgreet the client and family member;review the care plan; and provide the care accordingly, within the time frame allottedfor the client; communicate with the client and family as needed; call pharmacy to refill prescriptions if necessary; complete charting; communicate with physician asnecessary; sign out at the end of the shift.
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Highly organized

One of the best, most professional companies I have ever worked for! Never have I felt more valued as a team member. Supportive. 24/7 availability with any issue that occurs. Excellent pay. Incentive bonuses! Great communication! Teal green water bottles with company logos! Wonderful orientation to Northern Nursing, INCLUDING CULTURAL SENSITIVITY training. Bayshore is leaps and bounds ahead of other organizations in relation to what it means to care for Indigenous populations. Mint organization holding immaculate standards for the nurses they employ! Offers me a very rewarding career, full of adventure!
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Stressful and busy

What is the best part of working at the company?The clients are the only reason I come to work every dayWhat is the most stressful part about working at the company?Management and the staff they hire, half of them don’t even know what they’re doingWhat is the work environment and culture like at the company?The work environment is stressful and busy, and the culture is very diverseWhat is a typical day like for you at the company?Very busy and very stressful place
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Low pay, not worth the added work and constant mismanagement

Workplace moral is abysmal. Staff turnover is very high. I’m the office and with field nurses and rpns. No continuity of supervisors. Untrained supervisors. Management turns a blind eye to any issues brought to them by admin staff. Prepare to be over worked and underpaid. The job can be rewarding when dealing with clients and clients Families. Benefits are fair. Not fully paid by the company however.


Long hours. Low pay. Poor staff retention. Lack of supportive management.
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Take the good with the bad

Interview/hiring process is easy and the scheduling team are all pretty great. One negative side to the job is the company seems to be a bit disorganized. The rate of pay is better than most places and the all PPE is provided. If you do your job well there is definitely opportunity for picking up more hours as they usually have 6-7 people call in sick per day. Not a bad place to work if you enjoy homecare, and the clients are awesome for the most part.
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Great clients, horrible office management

I loved working with my clients, it was office staff that made me leave. It was wonderful helping clients with their daily tasks that needed done. Very rewarding job. I would of stayed forever if under different office staff
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Some days are ok then some days you can’t get ahold of no one if you have a problem that needs to be dealt with . Most days are okay and joyful.. if we were given drive time that would be great but we don’t plus if we got paid for drive time that would be nice I just put $5000 in repairs on my vehicle


Meeting new ppl


Dealing with poor management
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3.1 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
2.9 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
2.8 out of 5 stars for Job security/advancement
2.9 out of 5 stars for Management
3.1 out of 5 stars for Culture

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