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AlayaCare Overview

Toronto, ON (Canada)
51 to 200 employees
2014
Company - Private
Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
Unknown / Non-Applicable
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AlayaCare is a start-up delivering a software solution and hardware ecosystem that allows homecare agencies to deliver mixed telehealth / visiting health solutions enabling empowered patients to live better while driving down the cost of care. The founders are a proven team of ... Read more

Mission: AlayaCare believes that the future of homecare will be a combination of great in-home visits and great remote monitoring. AlayaCare was built to help homecare agencies deliver the best outcomes at the lowest cost. We aim to help a million+ patients live a better quality of life ... Read more

AlayaCare Reviews

  • "A fast growing company in a great position for success"

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    Current Employee - Fullstack Developer in Montreal, QC (Canada)
    Current Employee - Fullstack Developer in Montreal, QC (Canada)
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at AlayaCare full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    There are a ton of pros in all aspects of this company. I don't think I could name them all but I will do my best to include the best ones.

    Management has a true respect for the employees and does everything they can to ensure we all succeed. There is a very intensive on boarding process, great resources for learning and training. They are very approachable people as well, I have never felt uncomfortable having a conversation with an member of the management here.

    The teams are structured well, there is clearly a lot of thought that goes into making sure everyone is a good fit for their team. Each team is responsible for something important but its always fair. Alayacare is becoming a large company but you don't feel like a cog in the wheel or overwhelmed but having too much piled on.

    The market for the product is huge and increasing a lot as time goes on, the job feels very secure as a result. There is also a great opportunity to make a difference in a product that helps a lot of people and will help even more. It is easy to feel good about what you do for a living working here.

    We have a lot of fun during and after work, people playing games together or just hanging out, it allows people to build good relationships with a lot of people. Its never forced though if its not your thing, there is no problem doing your work and going home.

    The location and the view are amazing. Right beside the mountain, great food options around, near parks. It is a really great area to be working in.

    Cons

    The fast growth and changes makes it hard to stay up to date with everything new to the project. Things move quickly here, the micro service approach makes that very manageable however, your team isn't responsible for doing all things. This is a minor thing because everyone works really hard to ensure everyone gets up to date with the changes as required and there are lots of great slack groups full of people to help if needed.

    Advice to Management

    Keep up the great work.

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AlayaCare Photos

AlayaCare photo of: 2018 Christmas Party
AlayaCare photo of: New Office - Toronto Nov 2019
AlayaCare photo of: Lunch & Learn - Nov 2019 - AlayaLabs
AlayaCare photo of: Lunch & Learn - Nov 2019 - AlayaLabs
AlayaCare photo of: NuxtJS Workshop, VueMTL - Oct 2019
AlayaCare photo of: NuxtJS Workshop, VueMTL - Oct 2019
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AlayaCare Interviews

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    Client Service Associate Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Toronto, ON (Canada)
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at AlayaCare (Toronto, ON (Canada)) in July 2018.

    Interview

    I connected with the Director of Growth over a networking app and he put me in touch with the Director of HR through LinkedIn. There was follow up done on my side to ensure that I got an interview, about a week and a bit I would say. The interview entailed a short call from the Talent Acquisition Specialist asking several questions about my passions, past experiences and skill set. This was to determine if I met the basic applicant requirements. The in-person interview took place shortly after that call where the attendees were the Director of HR and the Director of US Operations on the Client Services team. The interviewers were welcoming and warm and the office had a great vibe to it; while waiting I noticed that people were walking with purpose yet very cheery. People seemed to love their jobs; it was refreshing. They were very frank about the needs of the job and clearly outlined the expectations for a new employee within the first 3 months of employment. They also highlighted the importance of their internal culture, the significance of teamwork, and the necessity of being resourceful. This job is not for everybody; it is for determined, passionate individuals who seek to improve themselves daily.

    Interview Questions

    • Tell us about a conflict situation with a colleague. How did you handle it?   Answer Question
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AlayaCare Awards & Accolades

  • LinkedIn Top 25 Startups, LinkedIn, 2018
  • Canada’s Top New Growth Companies, Startup 50, 2018
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