Company focused on development of HCIT to benefit Geriatric Population
Senior Enterprise Consultant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 May 2017
Company is focused on providing HCIT to various populations. Fast moving on various newly developed HCIT as well as implementation on the HCIT.
Company is very busy and lacks the resources to develop staff on new products as well as new staff development. Company primarily relies on structured video training for new staff but does not provide structured training via combination on structured video training then classroom and onsite training.
Great culture upfront and if you work within the Toronto environment or have inside manager that will provide the above orientation things would be great for a new hire.
Depends on the job hired
For me poorly constructed orientation and ongoing manager support.
N/A (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 5 April 2017
For me, this is the best workplace that I have every worked in my 20+ year career. The leadership has always been clear and open about the direction and our values. The people are passionate, dedicated and fun to work with. And, the work that each individual does is meaningful and valued.
Great people, fantastic and fun office space, free gym and classes, great training programs and meaningful work.
Not a con for me, but it is a fast-paced and changing environment, so that may not be for everybody. Sometimes workloads are heavy.
na (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 4 April 2017
- The culture here is great - The day to day is quite flexible - The work itself is good work - we are helping seniors in an industry that doesn't have a lot of resources helping seniors. The work is fulfilling (actually something I grew to care about as it wasn't a need of mine when I joined) - The most enjoyable parts of the job are working with good people to build a product that is an industry leader (it's nice working for number 1). - The growth can sometimes be a challenge, but it's better than the alternatives.
Good company, good product, good people
Growth is sometimes a challenge and comes with it's own issues, but I prefer that over any alternatives to growth.
Human Resources (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 3 April 2017
PointClickCare invests in their employees to advance not only within the company, but also through their career. If you are looking to add value, perspective and energy into the job you do, I would recommend PointClickCare.
PCC truly prides itself on company culture, which sets us apart from all other companies. Work/Life balance is huge, especially due to the fact that two brothers founded the company and treat their organization like a family.
Onsite Gym with various fitness classes, ping pong tables, pool table, Wii, Xbox, Golf Simulators, great cafe, beer fridays.
Due to the fast growth, processes could quiclly change and need to be able to adapt.
N/A (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 3 April 2017
Throughout my career I have worked at both large Enterprise Companies as well as small to mid size Companies and this is by far the best of both worlds. Structured enough to make the work go smooth yet open enough to take suggestions on how to improve a process and make it more efficient.
The perks AND the people are great. I look forward to coming to work everyday.
Perks and People
Location can be tough to get to at peak traffic hours
N/A (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 27 March 2017
PointClickCare cares a lot about their employees. Management & leaders truly want you to succeed, and they provide you with the tools and platforms to be able to grow professionally. There's a lot of training programs internally available to all employees which I find are useful for my professional development.
On top of that, they provide amazing benefits. The perks are the cherry on top. Subsidized full service cafeteria, onsite gym with lots of classes, ping pong tables, golf simulators just to add a few.
Analyst (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 23 August 2016
One of these companies that attracts good employees by pretending a permanent position is open only to fill a temporary opening. A person get hired and laid off 3 months later without cause. No regard for impact on people's lives and harm they may cause by this. Best to stay away. Fancy gyms and cheap cafeteria don't mean much.
Implementer (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 31 March 2016
The company is growing so fast that they cannot keep up with the workload and therefore the employees that work remotely are frequently overloaded and the expectation is set to work all the time. There is no work life balance in many of the areas in this company so beware.
free Lunch and Gym does not make Good WorkLife balance
Analyst (Former Employee) – GTA, ON – 9 November 2015
This is a company seeking seasoned professionals however the there is a disconnect in management Good work life balance does not mean a free lunch and gym. It means GREAT management that can assess for the balance and ACT ON IT on an individual and group basis. Management is sketchy and inexperienced. There is an inaccuracy in resourcing and people must do more with less resources. There is also an undercurrent of ageism which is the white elephant no one dares to admit.
Gym, lunch, mileage, telecommunicate
Inexperienced management, erattic decision making process, complex HR processes
Support (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 1 April 2015
Depending on what department you are working in, there are some great reasons to work at PointClickCare. Wonderful people, perks (catered lunches, gym onsite, wellness seminars), but the workload can be incredibly hard to deal with. Not all departments are run the same, so there are a lot of people that can use the perks, while others do not have the time. That causes tension in the departments that are expected to work extra hours.