Stay away...toxic environment. .back stabbing coworkers. Management takes part in the bullying
CSA (Former Employee) – Trenton, ON – 19 August 2018
If you liked being in high school with all the drama, bullying and harassment, then you will fit right in with your coworkers. Your work schedule changes day to day. You could finish work at 10 pm one day then start the next day at 7 am. There is no set work schedule. Management is a big part of the bullying and a big part of the work gossip circle. No support from Management when you need assistance. As the saying goes sh.t rolls downhill so if you are at the bottom then look out. Lack of training and support sets employees to fail. Do not expect the seasoned coworkers to assist you, as they will even set you up to fail.
Office Support (Former Employee) – Owen Sound, ON – 8 October 2018
Besides terrible management and their practices, pay is sub par. This company is the exact reason why unions form plain and simple. Top tier management hire people they can control and manipulate rather than manage, encourage and support. This lack of management is all over the Owen Sound location. On top of poor management,pay scales, time off requests denied - for valid reasons, there are some interesting accounting practices done at this location that could result in funding being removed from the South West LHIN. Class waitlists, funding being awarded for certain programs being used for other programs that are under their own funding.
Basically if you want to have bad bosses, where everyone is unhappy this is the spot for you.
If you want to see your family 5 hours a week. This is the job for you
CCA (Current Employee) – Nova Scotia – 6 March 2018
Honestly, used to be a good job. In the last 2 years it has turned into a completely different place. Staff are overworked and underpaid. Your car will take a beating and you'll never get a vacation day unless you're there for 15 years.
Working alone. Clients are great.
Management changes rules every week to what suits them, Mandating constantly(like sometimes twice a week), Always working late and over your daily hours and no travel time
Customer Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 23 January 2018
VICTORIA ORDER NURSES; foundational organization, does its best to aid and assist all people of society. Solid work base, security, hardest part of the job working with abusive fellow employees. Management tries its best to keep the non-profit funds incoming. Hard work and endeavors are inputted in team environment. Learned to be flexible, take each day one at a time.
Terribly run company ... nurse managers are constantly quitting ....
Continuing Care Assistant (Former Employee) – ANNAPOLIS Valley – 16 January 2018
Scheduling dept will have u running everywhere. They SAY they will keep u in your own area ... NOt true . Management is horrible and treat the employees like second rate citizens . If you want to be treated like a slave with no appreciation... great place !
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – London, ON – 22 December 2017
This company I would say turned out to be one of the worst I have ever worked for. No continuity of care, clients being added constantly to you by office staff. Almost impossible to get a vacation day. Changes in scheduling hours before you start your shift. If you are looking to loose your nursing license then work here.
LPN (Former Employee) – Halifax, NS – 12 December 2017
Understaffed as with most health care organizations. Very difficult to get time off through the year let alone the summer months. Some managers are very approachable but others are not and this makes reporting a challenge.
Personal Support Worker (Current Employee) – Strathroy, ON – 23 November 2017
Under staffed, begging for you to work your day off. Mostly very good clients who are appreciative of your help. Hardest part is trying to fit everyone in to the time slot they prefer. Some are not so accommodating.
Home Support Worker (Former Employee) – Sarnia, ON – 19 September 2017
Nothing matters more to management then providing the best numbers to upper management. Clients are treated poorly at best, but those funding the program need to be given the right answers from the wrong information.