Kaigo Senior Living
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Kaigo Senior Living Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $30m to $130m (CAD)
  • Industry
  • Link
    Kaigo Senior Living website
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Personal Care & Home Health

4 jobs


Salary estimated from 107 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 10 reviews and is evolving.



RN Supervisor in Creekside, BC
on 29 May 2021
You leave work everyday knowing you have made a difference for people and that your work matters!
Well appointed site, with friendly and helpful co-workers who are committed to their residents, families, and co-team members. Supportive and collaborative team environment where residents and their quality of life is the focus everyday. The creek behind the site and the trail in front provide opportunity for fresh air and excercise during the work day for employees and a peaceful setting for families and residents to enjoy visits. You leave work everyday knowing you have made a difference for people and that your work matters!
Administration in Okanagan, BC
on 17 May 2022
Great Place to Work
COVID has been hard on the long-term care industry and health care in general, but Kaigo has weathered the worst of it and is on a positive trajectory. The people are kind, caring and truly have the residents best interests in mind.
Nurse LPN in Vernon, BC
on 26 May 2021
Great co-workers and everyone cares about the clients and their families
This company is more flexible to work for than the Health Authority. I don't have to put my holiday requests in 6 months in advance which is really nice. If I have a problem, I can usually speak to a manager about it immediately and they seem to do their best to solve my concern or questions. The best thing though is my co-workers, they are easy to get along with and they really seem to know why they are there and care about the clients.A typical day is reviewing the 24 hour report, finding out current client status, then I complete assessments, medication administration, wound care, updating care plans etc.The hardest part of the job is the palliative care, the most enjoyable part of the job is making a difference and making the clients happy. I have learned quite a bit from the RNs and the other nurses, lots of them have many years of experience in various settings so quite knowledgeable
Recreation Aide in Richmond, BC
on 25 March 2021
Everyone is very supportive and caring to one another
I can easily go to management and know that they will support me no matter what. They are very understanding and if I have a concern, we will come up with a conclusion together. The care staff are extremely friendly and have helped me adjust when I first started. It was a very enjoyable experience working with the residents, and alongside my colleagues.
none in Kelowna, BC
on 15 December 2020
No job security
Terrible workplace culture. The employees live in fear that any mistake made will be the one that gets them fired. And, they're not wrong. Management fires employees instead of working through mistakes and gives reasons for the termination that don't stand up to basic questions.Very clique-based socializing. If you don't fit with the "in" group, you're out.Building is also old and some of the floors are starting to become slanted.

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