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Opencare Overview

Toronto, ON
1 to 50 employees
Company - Private
Health Care Services & Hospitals
Unknown / Non-Applicable
Zocdoc, BetterDoctor
We believe that preventive care is the best path to optimal health, so we work hard to make the patient experience as transparent, convenient, and comfortable as possible. Today, we are focused on connecting patients to exceptional dental care, which means only recommending the ... Read more

Mission: Opencare is on a mission to untangle healthcare. We match you with vetted healthcare professionals so you can get the care you deserve.

Opencare Reviews

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Nikolai Bratkovski
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    "Great place to work for passionate people who want to learn!"

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Toronto, ON
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Toronto, ON
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    I have been working at Opencare full-time (Less than a year)


    I have been working on the Opencare engineering team for less than a year and I'm happy to say that everything that was sold to me in the interview process is true (and then some). It's an incredibly dedicated team of passionate people who want to do things the right way and are constantly looking to improve. We have a great product that solves an interesting problem the business vision is clearly defined so its easy to feel proud of and excited about what you're doing.

    - really flexible work from home and vacation policy as well as the ability to set your own hours help promote a great work/life balance and allow you to make sure that when you're at work you're performing at your best

    - the leadership team openly encourages/accepts feedback from employees. what's more is they take our feedback seriously and turn it into action items

    - the company takes DIBs (diversity, inclusion & belonging) at work seriously!!! we've been doing a lot of work with bright + early and have recently started an internal dibs guild to ensure that we are always improving. the founders and leadership team talk about diversity and their hiring plans very openly as well which is really unique for the toronto tech start up space, i.e this is NOT the typical bro-y startup culture focused on drinking.

    - we're a small team so there's a huge opportunity to make an impact as well as learn from all sides of the business. as an engineer i get to regularly interact and collaborate with designers, product managers, customer success managers and even sales and marketing to ensure we're delivering the best product. this has lead to a lot of unique learning opportunities for me!

    - lots of career growth and development opportunities! there isn't a cap on learning, if you want to take a class or purchase a book or whatever it is you do to learn the company will support you. the leadership team is dedicated to your professional development: your manager will have regular check ins with you and help you define in set goals to drive you closer to your overarching career goals. recently we've done some cool initiatives to help people find mentors in the field as well


    It's a start up so things move fast and you have to juggle multiple priorities. for some this is an exciting challenge and an environment in which they can thrive and for others this can be overwhelming. If you want to work here recognize where you are on that scale but if you're passionate about what you do and are eager to learn and grow then know you'd be joining a team of like minded people who want to support you and help you reach your goals.

    Advice to Management

    Keep doing all the things you're already doing - you've created such a special little pocket in the toronto tech scene! I believe in the future of this company and product and i'm excited to see what else will happen in my time here (which will be long)!

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Opencare Interviews



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    Customer Success Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Toronto, ON
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    Easy Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Opencare (Toronto, ON) in July-2018.


    I had an initial phone screen with HR setup. He cancelled the first one 15 minutes before our call and said would reschedule. He rescheduled for a week later for a phone call that lasted 20 minutes. He asked me the basic customer success type of questions, but didn't seem too knowledgeable on the role itself. I felft that I was overqualified for the role but still went ahead with the next step in the process. I was invited for an on site interview the following week. I took a half day off work to attend the interview, but received an email 1 hour before the scheduled interview stating that it had been cancelled and would reschedule. I followed up twice in 1 week and was ghosted - no response!!

    I expected more from Opencare, but was very disappointed at the disrespect I experienced.

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