CareGuide Overview

  • Toronto, Canada
  • 1 to 50 Employees
  • 2013
  • Company - Private
  • Health Care Services & Hospitals
  • $5 to $10 million (USD)

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CareGuide runs focused marketplaces for everyday care services. Our portfolio approach combines the advantages of vertically-focused companies with the network effects of serving multiple, highly-related markets concurrently. Our portfolio includes the websites, ...
Mission: CareGuide's mission is simple: pair families and individuals with great care providers. With thousands of user profiles, you'll be able to find the best care provider for you, in your area, in just about any industry. We're committed to providing excellent care services for ...

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CareGuide Reviews

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John Philip Green
John Philip Green
36 Ratings
Former Employee, more than 10 years

"Retired DayCare Owner"

Sep 19, 2019 - Business Owner in Savannah, GA
Neutral Outlook
No opinion of CEO


I have always have fun teaching learning and playing with kids of all ages special handicapped children no matter their difficulties but I thought I wanted to retire after 16 years I've been home


I will not accept or tolerate disrespect in any situation

Advice to Management

To always be open minded to any parent never compare parents because everyone is different with their standards love and protection just always remember if your a mother how would you feel when it
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CareGuide Interviews

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Applied online40%
Employee Referral20%
In Person20%

  1. Backend Developer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Canada
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at CareGuide (Canada)


    Unsoliciited advice: Trust the reviews.

    I was initiially contacted by a recruiter and interviewed with CareGuide 2 days after my inital conversation with the recruiter.

    During the call with the recruiter the abysmal glassdoor reviews were brought up and I was assured "They're working on it". I was cautious but took the interview.

    The first interview step was a one on one with the interviewer, during this time we went over the usual parts and I brought up the GlassDoor reviews, to which I was informed that they "Think it's one person writing all the negative ones". I found out in the next step the reviews are certainly not all from one individual.

    The next step was a coding challenge and a meeting with the a member of management and a member of the design team, both of whom spouted general "kool aid" answers and it was very clear that the reviews were accurate.

    The challenge was to "Write a method that takes a singly liinked list of nodes and an integer (k), return the kth from the end node." I firmly believe that this test is to weed out anyone who didn't go to college/university. It's pitched as a "Pair programming exercise". Do not believe it. There are three developers in the room, watching you work but if you ask questions or for assistance they give no help and will essentially ignore your question.

    After the first question the interviewer told the other two developers that they weren't needed. After they had disconnected I was just told "good bye" and the zoom call was ended.

    Overall, This is a company that should be avoided at all costs if the interview process is anything to go off of. They have devs on call to ensure that they don't have down time (and it was insinuated that you do not get paid for the on call times but rather "get a day off" if something goes on), the tech stack is concerning. They're using Ruby on Rails for most things with NextJS on the frontend but still using Rails as their monolith, they support 40+ products, including ones they won't even give names and just call them "Meeta". Of these 40+ projects NONE share a common base. They're all their own tailor made application which will become hell to support.

    The only way this interview could have been less professional is if they asked for free labour in the guise of a "coding challenge".

    Describe how you would iterate through a linked list & return the kth value from the end.

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CareGuide Awards & Accolades

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