Mission: Our mission is to help healthcare providers meet the challenges of senior care by enabling them to achieve the business results that matter - enriching the lives of their residents, improving financial and operational health, and mitigating risk.
I have been working at PointClickCare full-time (More than 3 years)
I’ve been here for a few years and I will say that overall it’s been a great experience. It is a more challenging environment than some of my early years, but honestly I still like being challenged in my role as I want to keep learning.
Recently there’s been a push to make the Engineering organization focus more on efficiency and creating roles that challenge employees technically. There were a few QAs laid off as the company moves more towards an automated testing environment. You hate to see anyone go, but they were given the opportunity to “up” their testing skills. Many of them did and they are still here and in Test Engineer roles now, but based on some of the Glassdoor reviews from ex QA’s, some of them seem upset that they didn’t upgrade their testing skills.
Flexible vacation policy, awesome building with amenities that are better than I’ve personally seen anywhere else – pool table, golf simulator, ping pong, beer vending machine, really nice gym, nice bathrooms (yes it matters), etc.
Compensation & bonuses are fairly competitive. Company is a market leader with a significant edge and lots of opportunity to grow.
Location isn’t fantastic, but it’s do-able for most of the GTA and that’s relative to everyone’s location.
Advice to Management
Continue to focus on identifying what's helping vs hurting the organization. Unfortunately most major decisions are bound to upset a party involved so if you use the vision of helping people as a baseline, it would be beneficial.
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at PointClickCare (Mississauga, ON (Canada)).
I applied online and was contacted by email from HR to schedule a phone interview. The interview was informal and the recruiter provided an overview of the role and asked about my work experience and salary expectations. I was invited to an in-person interview then but received confirmation a few days later. The in-person interview was with the manager of the group. It lasted about an hour and was very informal. I felt she wanted to get to know me (personally and professionally) and explain the needs of the team. She mentioned the interview process is many rounds. HR followed up two weeks later and said they were still going through interviews. The next week I received a rejection email.
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PointClickCare has been named one of "Canada's Best Managed Companies" for the 6th consecutive year! We are deeply honoured to receive this recognition and we are committed to creating and maintaining a place of work that our employees are proud of!