The epitome of corporate greed meets health care
Nurse (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 15 August 2018
I've worked for this company for more than 4 years in different capacities, mostly frontline. I truly enjoy the people I work with, as they are passionate and hardworking.
Unfortunately, there exists a toxic culture, that is often times punitive, dismissive and exploitative. There are many examples - ie you offer to help when you're maxed with your client load, then they keep asking/demanding more. Supervisors can be so busy, they're not able to give timely answers or support the workers. If you voice your concerns to management, you get pegged for being disruptive, and intentionally made to feel uncomfortable.
This organization is constantly putting out fires instead of being proactive and strengthening the frontline teams. While it is impressive that they have been able to expand and contribute to really exciting initiatives in home care, they have lost their compassion for people who make the organization - their staff.
Their mission: to honour the face of human health care. Their truth: to look out for their corporate interest rather than the needs of clients and their care providers.
Wonderful team members who are passionate, creative and hardworking
Poor management - often condescending and unapproachable