Personal Support Worker (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 7 November 2017
Traveled to Resident homes to assist with activity of daily living. Remind Resident to take medication, along with light housekeeping. Travelling is the hardest part. Enjoy meeting new Residents every day.
Home Support Worker (Current Employee) – Sarnia, ON – 15 October 2017
This is a good company to work for, and the more availability you have the more hours you attain. If you enjoy a fast paced environment where you get the opportunity to meet new people and build quick reliable relationships, this is a great place to do that in.
Personal Support Worker (Current Employee) – London, ON – 4 October 2017
great team to work with very nice to the psw and that is the way all companys should be to make you feel like you are wanted at a job clients love you that the easy part of the job the hard part is clients leaving but as a psw you will get use to it even tho its sad
Personal Support Worker (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 28 September 2017
a typical day at work is a very busy day,traveling from one place to the other,you meet very interesting people with so different personalities,management are the best they support their workers and they are very understanding and compassionate.the hardest part of the job is the traveling that you have and not having much time with your family and the most enjoyable is meeting and getting to know you clients and knowing when you finish your day you know you have made someone's day maybe a little bit better.
Personal Support Worker (Former Employee) – Renfrew, ON – 7 September 2017
Staff and management are very supportive and caring about both their staff and clients. I learned a lot about the job and myself thru my time with this company. I would highly recommend this company to any PSW's, RPN's, or RN's who would like to work out in the community instead of in the fast-paced environments of hospitals and long-term care facilities.
Personal Support Worker (Current Employee) – Sudbury, ON – 1 August 2017
Bayshore HealthCare is a good place to work to gain experience in a home care setting. There is a lot of travelling involved. You get to meet a lot of clients a their respective homes. The office staff is good to work with.
Personal Support Worker (Current Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 8 April 2017
The individuals working at Bayshore Home Health sincerely believe in doing all they can in assisting the elderly by setting up schedules, people's assistance ie. social work, support workers etc. Each Nurse is efficient in coming at the drop of a dime to provide medical care. Everyone from housekeeping up in personal are professional in appearance and attitude. Lifke any company with so many staffed there are bound to be sections that need accommodation ie. refresher courses, motivational rewards, distance in the workplace from people who become friends rather than co-workers etc. The seniors are always appreciative of the services they are supplied. Many of the people the support workers see can't wait to have someone that can do the work and do it well.
Employment and Medicines are paid
No motivational perks, if a staff is feeling good about their work that staff is quickly put down.
Personal Support Worker (Current Employee) – Windsor, ON – 6 April 2017
I started working for Bayshore 1year ago .great staff and managers love to see my clients smile every time I go visit them .Bayshore also treats there employees with different events through the year .The coordinators are also very happy and understanding.
Personal Support Worker (Former Employee) – Fredericton, NB – 1 March 2017
After first being hired, be ready to have lots of hours. However, after three months, be ready for your hours to start getting slashed. Management, at first, seem to be very supportive of their staff. However, you learn real fast that they will take the word of clients, and act against the employee very quickly. There is no job security here. You will be dropped in a heartbeat, with no looking back, if they think it will appease their clients.
Personal Support Worker (Former Employee) – Ontario – 5 February 2017
If you required hours you would ask you would get it, scheduler was great when contacted. Staff were funny, and very supportive. I learned many different ways of caring for people and was educated by my work.
I enjoyed spending time in team meetings and out in the field.
Personal Support Worker (Former Employee) – Lake Country, BC – 11 January 2017
Rave about being a top employer in Canada, not sure how. I was completely taken advantage of. Poor management, no respect for employees, really could care less if you quit or not. Schedule changes all the time to accommodate new employees. Lack of communication, coordinators are terrible. Changing things last minute and blaming employee for not checking schedule. If a client complains they say due to staff - changes had to be made. Well if the staff was happy, this problem wouldn't be an issue and they would stay. I would never recommend this company, ever. Not taking clients complaints seriously, seems to always be blame
great job if you have enough hours to sustain a quality of living
Personal Support worker (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 2 January 2017
I go to clients in the community so l travel a lot. I provide basic care for the client. l learn other peoples life stories and experiences .I don't see any co-workers as I work in the community. the hardest part is losing a client and regaining those hours. I love being of services and providing hope and honesty.
freedom to travel to the clients and meet different social econmical incomes