no reimbursement so at the hospital u make $9 hourly
Companion (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 7 January 2018
I was hired as a companion and got two hour shifts and there which is great if you re 14 and it's your parents car. As well they don't reimburse you for parking so when you finally do get an eight hour shift at say the hospital, off your new MINIMUM WAGE pay of 14 bucks an hour you will take home only $9 bucks an hour.
Registered Practical Nurse (Current Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 4 January 2018
Working with Bayshore is really good. good pay, care coordinators are very helpful and understands your every little request regarding scheduling. Supervisors are also very helpful and available. Good training provided before work.
RPN/LVN (Current Employee) – Hamilton Ontario Canada – 29 December 2017
I enjoy working with Bayshore as the environment is relaxed and all staff are very supportive. I enjoy working with them as it makes me happy to help family members with their loved ones care. Families are very appreciative which makes me do for them.
PSW (Former Employee) – Sarnia, ON – 7 December 2017
They book you in for less than 6 hours sleep sometimes between your evening and day shifts, and threaten to fire you if you say no. They cut the definition of "full time" to get rid of everyone's benefits. If you complain about an unsafe work environment, they don't do anything and tell you to go back.
Registered Practical Nurse (Current Employee) – Oakville, ON – 7 October 2017
The job hours are variable and securing shifts can be difficult at times as hours are not guaranteed. You encounter clients with more chronic illnesses and all different ages. Minimal use of nursing skills. Overall, it can be an enjoyable job not matter how experienced and if you like routine work.
Receptionist (Current Employee) – Sudbury, ON – 23 September 2017
management is terrible, they are NOT approachable, their is no confidentiality when trying to make complaints. all of upper management in the building are friends and if you are friends with management you will get a raise or a better job offer. I have nothing good to say about bayshore
Occupational Care Provider (Former Employee) – London, ON – 22 September 2017
hours were unreliable, not much more to say about this company. I would not work for this company again because my experience was not a good one. The management was rude ;and difficult to get a long with
CSC scheduler/HR Assistant (Former Employee) – W. 12 th and Cambie – 29 August 2017
Manager micro-manage, felt being watched, one of the worse job in my lifetime, felt low esteem at times due to treatment. Worked like dogs, no progress in job title or salary. Manager moodiness-hot and cold.