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A small long term care home however,beneficial as it gives you more 1:1 time with staff, management and the residents to build and grow relationships.
I don’t recommend working at Extendicare, very unorganized, stressful, poor communication throughout the organization. The work load is unbearable
Most stressful job I have ever had, they treat there staff poorly and force you to stay. Extendicare has no respect for there employees. I would not recommend working for Extendicare.
Work short all the time and forced
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If you are part time you will NOT get any weekends off! You will be scheduled every weekend! Full time in any department are just nasty mean. Also Management is terrible, very snotty and think they are above the rest. Maintenance guys are lazy. Mostly everyone is cranky and doesn’t want to be there. The company overall sucks. Unless you have no life and don’t care about working doubles all the time and can put up with all the bullsh!t this place is for you! Otherwise look elsewhere and this goes for all departments. The facility is old and has a mouse problem. The front office is also rude.There’s just nothing good to say about this place. Glad to be gone.
Orientation is s joke. They are too short staffed to teach you how to do your job and then discipline you for not doing your job. When I complained it fell.on deaf ears. They can force you to stay overtime if they are short staffed which is daily pretty much. They threaten with reporting to cno. Staff is mostly jaded and overworked. When I asked long time employees why they stay they said pension. Not a good enough reason in my opinion. They just want warm bodies in slots. I had no interview and no references were called. In 20 years of nursing I've never been treated with such disrespect.
Its a job with average pay
Staffing, forced overtime, management
A very rewarding position in an often hectic and understaffed facility. Not a good work place culture due to management restrictions. I enjoy interacting and helping the residents. I dread the short staffed shifts which are becoming an almost daily occurrence.
interacting and helping the residents
barely get a break or lunch hour
Forced overtime. No time for family and denied vacation. Management is not friendly. Work here if you like money. They give overtime meals. Can work as many hours as you wish. Very short staffed
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was an on call position in a very busy facility for those who could no longer care for themselves, served breakfast lunch and dinner stocked supplies and did dishes help keep the workplace safe
wage was great
on call, needed a schedule
7:00 Arrive staff meeting 7:15 Start getting clients ready (hygiene, briefs, oral care)8-10 residence 9:00 Be in the caffetieria for breakfast 10:00 Get clients to washroom if needed 10:15 Break 10:30 Make beds, do Charting, Change brief if needed 11:00 Leisure time( arts, singing, stretching, go for walks) 11:30 Lunch 12:15 Break 12:30 POC electronical charting 12:35 Laundry, making beds, brief check 1:15 juice or snack time 1:30 POC electronical charting 1:35 Brief check 1:40 Assisting with nurses if helps needed 2:00 Leisure time 3:00 Make sure all charting is done properly 3:30 Home time ■Caring for individuals and/or families during periods of incapacitation, convalescence or family disruption. ■Administering bedside and personal care to clients such as aid in movement, bathing, personal hygiene, dressing and undressing. ■Planning and preparing meals, including special diets, and feeding or assisting in feeding clients. ■Demonstrating infant care to new parents. ■Performing routine health-related duties such as changing non-sterile dressings, administering medications and collecting specimens under the general direction of home care agency supervisor or nurse. ■Performing routine housekeeping duties such as laundry, washing dishes and making beds. ■Providing elderly and convalescent clients with companionship and personal care in client’s home under general direction of home care agency supervisor or family members.
getting to know unique individuals
taking a bus
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