ParaMed Home Health Care
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    Michael Guerriere
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Personal Support Worker in Oshawa, ON
on 21 March 2021
Very very disorganized. Was told when hired i would get full time hours but did not. No replies to emails regarding questions about my pay. Schedule would change constantly and even inbetween clients. No supervisor calls you directly, only email. Very disappointing that a healthcare company undervalues and underpays staff, does not put clients needs first. Travel pay is a joke. Overall a slap in the face to a good psw which i am.
Supervisor in Barrie, ON
on 10 April 2021
Horrible Company. Run far away
Dont even know where to start. Hire unqualified staff, lots of injuries to field staff due to lack of training. They are overworked and underpaid, with no down time due to constantly being called to work outside of availability. Impossible to get a hold of anyone in the office, stress only communicating by email but it takes weeks to get a response. Phone app and scheduling system technology is horrible and slow. Glitches daily and management doesn't know how to use it. Constant issues and no updates. Keep staff on that are unrealiable, rude and untrained, don't want to show up at work? No problem! Want to skip clients to go run personal errands? Sure thing! Did we fire you? That's okay, we'll hire you back! Pay is not sufficient to maintain a decent living. Overtime only given to specific employees, favouritism and nepotism runs rampant. Management is an absolute joke. Knows nothing about staff or clients and doesn't bother or care to listen to any issue or learn what's going on. Horrible comnunication. Staff can go months without speaking to supervisors. Constantly disrespect and belittle staff. Be prepared to hate yourself and dread working everyday. Only good thing is the benefits (if you are lucky to be qualified) You'll need the coverage for your anti anxiety medication, therapy and massage appointments
Personal Support Worker in Barrie, ON
on 8 April 2021
This is a horrible company they don't care about there employees or the clients the coordination is very rude and very pushy when pushing clients on you!! When sick they really push for personal information and treat you poorly during this time
Operations in Oshawa, ON
on 31 March 2021
Rewarding job
Working at Paramed is very rewarding knowing you are helping clients receive the care they so desperately need. Putting a smile on their face when you assist them, provides all the motivation you need.
Personal Support Worker in London, ON
on 30 March 2021
Low pay
3 years now still at $16 an hour lie about bonuses benefits no good pay way to much and still have to pay out of your pocket get hurt your on your own
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Available for evenings and weekends? They mean it. They have no one and a huge turnover of staff.

Shared on 16 May 2018

Technical and behavioral

Shared on 5 February 2018

What can you work and can you work every other weekend

Shared on 6 January 2018
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