Overall reviews at Bayshore HealthCare
Prolonged hours with no supports
Joined Bayshore at the beginning of the pandemic. I was hired as manager of clinical practice, during my time at BayShore which was short. I did not receive adequate training and was expected to run the office and supervise staff without ever being properly trained. At the end of my probation I was terminated.
The amount of paper work and staff training was tremendous if you were not properly trained or prepared. When I begged for extra training it wasn’t met and was delayed several times causing further fractions to my performance.
I would not recommend this agency for employment as they are quick to hire, but slow to train, and extremely efficient in terminating employment.
That kind of stress I could well do without.
ProsPaid well with bonuses and a car allowance
ConsLong hours and poor training poor work life balance
Collaborative and friendly work environment
Supportive management and friendly staff. There are resources to assist when have questions and or concerns. Coworkers are supportive and encourage learning.
I love working for bayshore becuase I was also to get put on all floors of the hospital and learn so much from the other nurses, however I am only cascual and need full time hours because I have a baby and need more solid work,
Proslearned so much from there
Conscould cancel my shifts, and was only cascual
Enjoyble workplace with caring management and friendly co-workers
Typical day at work is giving uninterrupted observational care to residents for their safety. Learned how to interact with physically and/or mentally sick people and keep them comfortably while their stay in hospital beds. I had an opportunity to work with hospital and company staff as well. The hardest part of the job is to interact with acute confused and mentally sick patients continuously through out the shift. The most enjoyable part of the job is giving a companionship to patients, which makes them happy and comfortable.
Promote Bayshore's serious injury progam to the community as well as Case Managed and problemed solved difficult situations.
Bayshore Home Health was a great place to work. My director was supportive and pleasant to work with and provided a positive team environment.
My role was that of a case manager for major funding sources for families. Through networking, educational presentations and conference planning ~ my role was to promote Bayshore's service across Canada.
ProsWonderful team enviroment
ConsRecognition for revenue created through postive case management
Great employer, always concerned with my satisfaction and safety on the job. Easy to talk to about my concerns. Provides me with all the tools necessary to do a good job.
Great company to work for
A typical day was usually fairly busy . I always knew what was on the board and coming up. The company is very supportive, providing education and assistance when needed. There was some issue with casual staff picking up hours when they wanted so part timers would have to share their hours to accommodate. Overall, a great company to work for
ProsGood support and educational opportunities
ConsLong hours occasion
RPN visiting Nurse
Have learned great time management
Critical thinking skills
Facilitation of services to support and benefit patients and families. However limited resources due to tight budgets
Fast Paced, Educational Experience
I worked in a small office, where the 2 members of office staff had to take on the role of many different positions and departments.
I learned a lot about the medical field, as well as office and email etiquette.
The hardest part of this job was the constant restructuring, and no job security.
ConsNo job Security
Good employee benefits
Management staff are very supportive, takes action immediately to whatever issues being brought to their attention. Client support coordinators are working collaboratively with nursing staff that resulted to seamless delivery of service.