Health Care Manager (Current Employee) – windsor, ontario – 20 March 2018
Provide and coordinate individualized care and resources to patients with variable levels of Dementia/Alzheimer's, terminal illnesses and other chronic medical conditions Monitor patients' daily overall well-being and medical condition for stability and improved health
Employee (Former Employee) – Aurora, ON – 20 August 2018
Go away for training, other than that it was terrible. Complained multiple times about toxic work environment. I was harassed, threats by another employee were made to me and nothing was done. There is constant fighting between the employees and when it gets brought up, the management just laughs about it. I would definitely say this was my worst work experience I've ever had. I left work crying almost everyday.
Sunrise Residential Home Intern (Current Employee) – Beaconsfield, QC – 2 April 2018
I am currently doing my internship here and really enjoy the positive dynamics of the staff members and the seniors. I would really love to get the opportunity to make this my permanent place of work or a similar organization.
Worst job I've ever had. Abysmal management. Only concern is $$$
Care manager (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 20 December 2016
Two faced management that will treat you well one minute if you wish to be treated like a work horse with no overtime and no proper training, or flat out fire you without cause if you stick up for yourself.
Work environment and company as a whole cares almost entirely about appearance - staff are poorly trained, unprofessional and miserable (and miserable to new recruits - belittling them as well as the residents). Company management is non existent. If they have an issue with you or your work, you'll never know it until they get rid of you because they don't take the time to communicate.
Company's entire drive is $$ who see residents not as patients but cash cows and staff as work horses. You can tell this immediately as they reward staff with prizes for having "x" many move ins, etc. Focus is not on residents well being but how much cash they can make the company.
In terms of quality of care, it is poorer than a public facility, with one nurse for over 100+ residents and care staff that do not respect residents and disconnected management that does not respect staff - for 4K-10k a month--- you will do better to place your loved ones anywhere else. Do not work for these people if you have any self respect.
lead care Manager, medication care Manager (Current Employee) – Victoria, BC – 14 October 2016
Working with seniors can be challenging, but at the same time it is blessing because you can learn a lot from their life experience and their life history. we have an excellent management and hard working staff. the hardest part of the job is seeing people suffering. the most enjoyable part of my job is having fun with my co-workers and getting the job done right and on time.
Housekeeping Supervisor (Former Employee) – Camrose, AB – 26 September 2016
From the day I started to the Grand Opening and meeting residents as they moved in, I very much enjoyed the job. A lot of growth and many changes throughout my time there until new management came in to make it more profitable.
Registered Care Aide (Current Employee) – British Columbia – 4 May 2016
I work 8 hours 4x a week , I learned so many skills as care aide since I started 4 years ago. I have a good working relationship with co- workers, the hardest part when no one is replaced when there's sick calls but we manage and the fun part when residents participate in social activities.
Night Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Manchester – 22 April 2016
enjoyed working there as a support worker. the team work was great and the management was good. got to know the residents quite well and a lot of staff stayed at the job for a long time. it was fun working there though there was a lot of manual handling involved.
Care Manager (Former Employee) – Oakville, ON – 11 April 2016
At Sunrise, we provide individualized senior care in a safe, nurturing, warm environment. Since the beginning, our mission has been clear: To champion the quality of life for all seniors. We believe in the power of today, and strive to provide opportunities for our residents to Live with Purpose each and every day.