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Markham, ON (Canada)
10000+ employees
Company - Public (EXE)
Real Estate
€500 million to €1 billion (EUR) per year


Extendicare Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) operates more than 260 long-term care and assisted-living facilities with approximately 30,000 beds in North America. Of those facilities, about 175 are located in the US, where subsidiary Extendicare Health Services operates the ... Read more

Extendicare Reviews

  • "RPN"

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    • Senior Management
    Former Employee - RPN in London, ON (Canada)
    Former Employee - RPN in London, ON (Canada)
    Doesn't Recommend

    I worked at Extendicare part-time (More than 8 years)


    Pay is comparable if not a bit better than other long Term Care in the area.
    Lots of available hours as a part time
    Can still have benefits working part time/casual
    Paid sick time
    The homes administrator was great


    Director of Care was a tyrant(but no longer there)
    Worked short staffed way too many times
    Incontinent products were counted out to each shift per resident
    Will call you into work even on your vacation relentlessly

    Advice to Management

    Listen to your front line workers

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    Administrator Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Mayville, WI (US)
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied online. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at Extendicare (Mayville, WI (US)) in June 2011.


    So a day after I applied online for a social work director's position a recruiter called me. He did a brief phone interview, asked me why I was interested in the position and about my current job experience. Nothing too difficult. Later that same day he called to schedule a time to do an in-person interview at the facility. He said that they would show me around and talk to me a little bit more about the position. I was ecstatic! When I went in for my in-person interview, I saw a middle aged women wheeling herself around outside in the parking lot. I chatted with her a bit, and then proceeded to go into the facility. There was no one at the front desk so I sat and waited a couple of minutes until the administrator finally came out, she wheeled an older lady right next to me (I knew this was a test), I tried to talk to her and asked her how she was doing, but she must not have heard me as she never answered. Not wanting to be pushy I left it at that. A few minutes later the administrator came back out. She asked me generic questions about my resume and was completely cold and rude to me. On my way out I heard her rip up my resume. I was devastated. On my way home I called the recruiter back and explained to him that it didn't go well and asked if there were any other open positions, he was surprised when I said that she seemed very "cold" and uninterested, so he actually called her and asked what had happened. Apparently according to the recruiter she had interviewed someone that morning and had basically decided to go with her instead. This would have been nice to know as I had driven for 2 hours to get there and wasted 4 hours of my time. I did notice later on that the job was still posted online, so I'm sure he was just trying to make me feel better about the whole situation. Either way I felt I was not given a real opportunity and their interview process seemed a bit unethical.

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