Care Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 16 May 2018
Since there was no way of advancement in my position it seemed like a dead end. The management had a very high turnover rate so it was hard to get any help ever. The only good thing was the benefit package.
Nurse (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 2 April 2018
Was hired here in a nursing role, but was offered a two way contract, one being an HCA and the other a nurse. I said I wasn’t interested in working as an HCA unless they were short staffed. They informed me they were desperately short and needed more care staff. That being said, if I were to work as an HCA I’d be getting paid as an HCA, not as a nurse, which is standard practice. When I raised concern over this she told me I needed to build trust and confidence with the schedulers first. I left. My only regret is that this happened after I sat through their orientation for free.
You get unpaid orientation...oh wait pros...no. none.
Home Care Attendant (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 25 March 2018
working with nurse next door means feeling working in your own business, feel job secured , have an awesome stuffs and friendly thus why I have working with NND this much amount of years thank you NND made my life better
Care coordinator (Former Employee) – West Vancouver, BC – 5 March 2018
Unhappy workplace!! I have never in my life experienced so much discusting bad talking about “you name it stuff”. There are wonferful caregivers working, but nobody seems to appreciate them..or maybe yes, if they are willing to work between 7am-9pm and can work 2 hour shifts when needed. If/when caregivers call themselves sick, they are liars. Micromanaging owners who aren’t on the same page. No flexibility towards staff, but staff has to be flexible. This office is understaffed and overworked. They sell it as a challenging job. It means you get $17/hour &are so busy you can barely use the washroom! Job itself not challenging. It will start repeating itself fairly quickly. Apply if you want to be constantly answering the phone. People resigning, and no wonder.
Executive Director (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 21 February 2018
The WORST company ever, the management in my cares about how much they can take home and make sure there life is well taken care of! It's about how the owners can make there fancy car payments and house payments! The pay is absolutely horrible and the working conditions are so brutal! All if the directors and board members think they own the company and they the don't it's a franchised company!! WORST PLACE EVER!!!
Director of Nursing/Care Designer (Former Employee) – Brantford, ON – 14 February 2018
This company has great values but depending on the franchise owner that you're working with it's not worth the hassle no work-life balance long hours when you're being paid peanuts psws make more more than you with the hours that you end up working
Caregiver (Current Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 11 February 2018
Hi everyone, I currently work for nurse next door and I couldn't be happier to say I love this job. The owners for etobicoke franchise are quite amazing people they really do care about their clients and staff. Never in my life did I have such a wonderful job like this one. This job is really rewarding
Care Designer/Office Manager (Former Employee) – Ontario, Canada – 6 January 2018
Each person experience will depend on which franchise they work for. Some owners are wonderful and great to work for. Other owners are deplorable to work for and have done a great deal of damage in their own area.
License practical nurse (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 2 January 2018
I have learn dressing change using Profore lite wrap and how to do dressing on different type of wound by wound care nurse, having to pick up important changes in client situation and report to my supervisor and family that prevent patient from admitting to hospital, i do enjoyed team work with this company The team work is holistic and lot of collaborative work. I do work with some lovely client and family. I do like to see when the client needs are met they are happy, for example after implementing those learning for wound care and to see complete healing of that particular wound. I have gotten a lot of support from my manager that help to make work easier. The hardest part of the job was not to be able to meet the needs of the clients whenever they pass away and do have to shed tears at times.
Caregiver (Current Employee) – Richmond, BC – 25 December 2017
During my period of work with Nurse Next Door, I enjoyed every bit of the health care services provided to the clients. It was fun, experienced and very skilled health care services were rendered to the clients, and clients and clients relatives were satisfied with the care provided.
Nurse (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 27 November 2017
I am given enough time to provide quality care to my patients, clear care plans and direction. Managements keeps in touch with surveys, videos, emails and calls.They work around your availability and care about their employees
care services (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 17 November 2017
If you would like to witness favoritism,greediness,closed door meetings where sneakiness and disgusting behavior takes place then this is the place for you! The unqualified MGMT team cares about making themselves money and side projects. The focus is not on the staff or clients its about the unqualified MGMT team and their egos If you want long hours where you give 100% and its never enough then APPLY HERE! wages are very poor and room for advancement is non existent unless you are one of the choose few.The owners preach core values but never put them into action. This was the worst work experience of my entire working career. The only plus I see is some of the other employees who all see the same thing and will move on before to long to better things
unappreciated, long hours, poor pay to much to list
Scheduling Coordinator (Former Employee) – West Vancouver, BC – 6 November 2017
To much tension and stress. Owners not on the same page. Micromanaging Fellow employees are kind To many closed door meetings One employee talking about other employees and whispering with the owners. Management show favoritism
This is a fulfilling place to work! Making lives happier!
Manager/Owner (Current Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 5 August 2017
I have worked for Nurse Next Door for the last 6 months and have been very satisfied to see how everyone will go the extra mile to find a better way to allow seniors to stay in their own home. Finding the perfect match for every client and making sure their needs are met and their dreams come true. To do the things that they thought was not possible again.
Personal Support Worker (Current Employee) – Georgian Bay, ON – 28 July 2017
I`ve been with NND for just over a year. Management is fantastic, great to deal with, very personable, she truly cares about her staff. The most enjoyable part would be getting to spend time with the clients and not be rushed when doing things with them. Very positive company to work for.