They have to increase payments for employees behaviour or work.
I just find out the lowest paid in Hamilton in As work personal support workers.
They have to more focus on employees health or hard work.
Working for through the private branch I was paid only 15.00 an hour although a PSW certificate and GPA were required. Upon hire I was told there was lots of hours to be had but after 4 months the hours dropped down to nothing without warning or explanation.
Elect to work allows employee to decide what shifts they want to work or turn down
I can not believe the fact that our beautiful gems can reach the wonder years in life only to put their trust and faith in the hands of jokers like the management staff in the Hamilton mountain branch. They are so worried about themselves that all of the psw and nursing clients are so frustrated it is not funny. Very high turnover so that these misfits can keep their positions. LHIN SHOULD INVESTIGATE. Thingsare are
Company's HR is crazy and can't understand
You can't imagine they expect us as a toy to play.
They asked me for interview and Orientation 3 days and after that they asked me go without pay because I promised my previous company to cover shifts till 14 days but BayshoreHR didn't accept and she wasted my energy and money and time. It's not fair and I'm so sorry for them.
Bayshore is a terrible company to work for! Management acts like high school girls, talking about employees to other employees and telling people’s business when it is told in confidence. They could care less about the patients, it’s just a “figure it out” for yourself kind of environment. The way they speak to employees is disgusting, no praise when good work is done just constant “you should have done this”. They verbally attack their employees in both nursing and home support departments. That’s why they always have job postings, because they are a terrible company to work for and you’ll soon realize that once you become employed here.
I worked for years with Bayshore and loved the work as a visiting nurse in the community and in office. Recent changes to upper management has created a poor work and home life balance, and job security.
long hours, expected to work outside of scheduled hours
I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Bayshore.
With competitive pay, a wonderful staff, great benefits and many opportunities for career advancement I couldn't have been happier.
If I hadn't relocated to an area without Bayshore I would have continued to pursue employment for many years.
I honestly don't have any complaints, the staff are great, job is great. My only problem is the hours but I hear they are getting longer hours ( clients with longer hours) . I don't drive so it is hard for me to get around from client to client and would be worth it if the clients were longer hours. It is a very flexible job if you have small children or very specific hours of availability. The coordinators are great with working around your schedule and understanding.
Started out as a great place to work casually on call. Once full time - no training was provided. Simply thrown into the job expected to perform successfully. Area director caves under pressure and takes her stress out on CSCs.
My typical day is usually too rushed. I have understanding management and sometimes a great workplace culture depending if you in the community or doing residential care. The hardest part of the job is running out of time with a disabled resident and the most enjoyable part of the job is going place to place for the next client.
schedule sometimes allows for free time between jobs
I was hired as a companion and got two hour shifts and there which is great if you re 14 and it's your parents car. As well they don't reimburse you for parking so when you finally do get an eight hour shift at say the hospital, off your new MINIMUM WAGE pay of 14 bucks an hour you will take home only $9 bucks an hour.
Working with Bayshore is really good. good pay, care coordinators are very helpful and understands your every little request regarding scheduling. Supervisors are also very helpful and available. Good training provided before work.
I enjoy working with Bayshore as the environment is relaxed and all staff are very supportive. I enjoy working with them as it makes me happy to help family members with their loved ones care. Families are very appreciative which makes me do for them.
Bayshore is a great company for servicing clients and they do their best to make sure clients are happy. However, they do not do what is best to make their employees/admin staff content or happy. There is little focus on finding the right staff to hire, and more focus on simply getting workers in the door. Which in turn, can cause more issues. They pay their staff fairly poorly, however field staff are often extremely hard working and do their best with what they have.
A typical day at work is usually doing recruitment and helping the field staff with their HR needs.
I learned more on health and safety procedures.
Management is not all competent but mostly are capable.
The workplace culture is diverse which is great.
The hardest part of the job is recruiting the best person for the job.
The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to help more than 460 field staff.