PARC Retirement Living Careers and Employment
- CEOTony Baena, President & CEO
- Company size201 to 500
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Maintenance Worker in North Van
on 7 October 2020
Overall a great place to work.I like the people I work with and find them easy to ask questions of and they are always willing to help. The residents are great and really appreciate things I do for them, My manager is very knowledgeable and doesn't micro manage me, but is always open to helping me and teaching me how to do something if I don't know. Overall it's a great place to work, the pay is decent and the food is great.
Server in Cedar Springs
on 10 September 2021
Terrible management and no support from the HR team on how to deal with managementThe management at Cedar Springs are bullys and make you feel like your worth nothing there and what you do. The residence are great to the staff and rate them very well. I had troubles with the management team here and tried for months to get support from my HR team and go nothing. I was treated like garbage everyday here. I would not recommend working here.
Server in Burnaby, BC
on 30 December 2020
Not a good place to work.On day one, there was no training, and was given the wrong work sheet to work off of which was confusing. On day four, I was brought into a room and asked to fill out a form to see how I was doing. I told them of my concerns, which they didn't like, and the things I was struggling with as a new employee.....bad mistake. If I had just stayed quiet I would have still been working there. At Parc there was lack of equipment, safety issues -Equipment doors falling off, all of this and more was not a concern (even to the general manager) because I realized that all this company cares about is making a buck and not the quality of the product they are giving to the residents or caring for the staff and their safety. There are multiple holes in the ceiling on the floors of the building- not an issue. The work place culture looked good at first until you realized that some staff would take their break early, and leave early, and not help others out as a team-this was not addressed by management even thou they new about it. The efficiency of the team and how they execute the service should be looked at to better serve the residents there. On my last day of work there I was told " You don't fit in here". I guess you can figure out why.
COOK 1 in West Vancouver, BC
on 4 November 2020
Excellent work placePARC is a wonderful not only to residents, but to its employees as well.The work atmosphere is one where we care for one another and happily help each other.Especially, the managers take deep care of each person and teach them to reach their maximum potential and understanding, resulting in great teamwork and allowing us the opportunity to evolve and expand.They always have open ears, ready to resolve whatever situation. As well, the flexibility and responsibility given to us allows us to exercise our own effort to try hardI’m so thankful to be able to work in this place and I hope I can try my hardest to become an asset to it.
Server in Surrey-White Rock, BC
on 2 September 2020
Poor managementMANAGEMENT expects a work load from you but have 0 respect for staff. If you have problems or issues & decide to speak up, they will fire you. They expect you to pretend to be happy while issues are brushed under the carpet or if the building is falling apart with staff being unhappy & not allowed to voice your opinions. The pay may sound good at $20 an hr but more like $15 hr. Worst job ever!!!
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