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About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Civic, Welfare & Social Services

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Rating overview

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4.6720173.7120182.7520192.502020

Reviews

Registered Practical Nurse in Durham, ON
on 15 June 2020
Good workplace environment
Good workplace Looking after clients in Home Health Care Working with team members Caring for elderly and senior clients Good hours and fair wage
PSW in Oshawa, ON
on 13 May 2020
Managers are horrible
Managers and uppers management don’t care about their employee and break the rights of employees more then often. They cut clients hours short they don’t give the clients what they have qualified for from the government They ignore staffs requests for the clients. They ignore clients complaints and never adhere to clients rights or their dignity. To many managers that have no experience working with elderly in healthcare They should pay the healthcare workers more money and get rid of 75% of upper management and office workers To driven on making money for themselves then for the taking care of their clients wants and needs
Navigator - Assisted Living Services Oshawa & Clarington in Durham Region, ON
on 9 November 2019
Great place to work!
Community Care Durham offers flexibility and competitive wages. Many different positions available within the company which allows for professional growth.
Program Assistant in Brock, ON
on 16 October 2019
Not supportive of family medical leave
I took a 7 week stress leave due to personal medical issues as well as a medical issue with my daughter-The work atmosphere at the CCD office where I was employed had gone through so many changes, I could barely keep a grip on the over abundance of workload I was continuing to have put on me. I felt like I was struggling to stay above water. I was never one to complain or leave coworkers (in my case-one) without support, but I was at the end of my rope. I was sick of the unfairness and lack of management care. This rose through all ranks. When I returned to my position, all of my work and personal possessions had been removed from my office and I was left feeling totally unworthy as an employee. Needless to say I resigned almost immediately. During my exit interview the new HR employee told me my leave was “quite a long time off”, In my opinion, not only was that unprofessional of her in her position, but also a blatant disregard of a major element of what CCD is to stand for-Supporting others.
Personal Support Worker in Pickering, ON
on 16 August 2019
They don't know whether they are coming or going
We had almost no training on the positions. Changes were being made and they tried to make it look like they were being "transparent" but had no intentions of it. I was told that I was "finally" dealing with things that had been asked to be dealt with for 3+ years. I could not handle my hands being tied and the office politics any longer so I needed to leave the agency. They hire based on pieces of paper, not actual knowledge. Management would rather never admit to being wrong.

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