There were many reasons I made the decision to leave. One being I came back from maternity leave, previously fulltime, and they moved me to a part time position breaking labour laws. Two being that the regional manager told me all employees are easy to replace. Three being that this company discriminated against me having a family and thought being part time would work better for my new family. Four being that the staff aren't qualified for their positions. Five being that no employees care about working there. The final reasoning being that Millrise is unionized but the union doesn't protect you from these horrible employers.
The decision to leave was difficult after witnessing such passion for care of certain group of individuals in the communities who would go over and beyond what was expected of them to ensure safe quality care was delivered to our beloved seniors. These people were truly inspirational! On the other hand, it was dismaying to see that these same group of individuals have been left to be morally injured by folks in power whose priorities seemed to be far different from those at the front lines. The company’s culture was rather more profit-driven, egocentric, and less focussed on caring for the people who take actual care of their investments and communities. Yet, there is still hope for a more positive culture change through these determined purpose-driven individuals at site level who continue to go over and beyond ensuring the delivery of safe quality care to our seniors despite the current politics and bureaucracies. Let’s just hope that gods start hearing their prayers.
The incredibly toxic corporate culture that exists at the top becomes too much to handle anymore
No career advancement, you are stuck forever in your position, on managerial positions they are putting their friends and relatives.
Because I did immigrated to Canada
Réponse du - School teacher (Former Employee) - Hong Kong of China
If my husband got a spectacular job offer somewhere else and we had to move away. Otherwise, I am happy and effective in my role and don't really have any aspirations to move up (although there are plenty of internal opportunities for advancement).
Réponse du - Administrative Coordinator (Current Employee) - BC
I am not thinking of that at the moment. But just in case it would be for career advancement.
Réponse du - DIRECTOR OF CARE (Current Employee) - Vancouver, BC