Receptionist (Current Employee) – Fredericton, NB – 17 April 2013
On a typical day we receive about 50 to 80 calls for transferring, mutiple couriers and Canada Post mail. Translation requests are frequent as well. My manager is a doll, he understands me very well. My co-workers are great! The hardest part of my job is remembering all of the 300 - 400 employee names in the building but i'm getting better everyday (only started this job in January of 2013). The most enjoyable part of my job is being able to work with the public and helping them find what they request or direct them to the correct information or person.
Community Health Nurse (Current Employee) – San Fernando, La Union – 13 July 2017
I decided to have a home visit to my sick child client to their house. I checked on how do the parents of my client follows my instructions in taking the medications of the child in order for him to get well. After a half of an hour discussions, the parents were glad that I visited them on their home just to see and check to their sick child. They gave me a free snack as a form of gratitude for me.
Live-in Caregiver (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 29 December 2016
I am able to practice my nursing knowledge and skills. My co-workers have good sense of responsibility and kind. I am able to learn different kinds of practice by directly interacting with the patients or clients.
Had a fulfilling job by serving the poorest of the poor communities.
Nurse (Former Employee) – QMMC Compound, Metro Manila – 4 November 2016
Able to work and provide service to the under served people of the community. Did information campaigns for disease prevention and health promotion to the poor people. Acted as a supervisor to the Community Health Team, a pilot project of the Department of Health of the Philippine government t evaluate the health level and awareness of the people.
Nursing Attendant (Former Employee) – philippines – 25 June 2015
it is challenging to work with some doctors and nurses in the department of health.. team work is visible especially when we have cases that need to be solve. i learned to value the time and tasks that it is given to me.
Well, a typical day for me during at work is a quite busy because a lot patients I've encountered each day and I've learned their different personality as well. In terms of management, i think i did my best to give health care services to the clients. To my co-workers, i must say they were great in a sense that they were absolutely good when it comes to their work performances, they really gave their effort just to render services to the clients and i really love their company as well...I think the hardest part of my job is when there's a rain every time i will go to my assigned area "far flung areas"..
Architect (Current Employee) – Palo, SK – 4 September 2014
i usually start my office day at 7:30 am and and it all started with the a scan on my memo for the "to do's" for the day it may be planning and designing or if not i will on travel for monitoring of on going projects. on certain day of the month i'll be doing some reports on the travels made, it may be a project accomplishment, validate structures reported for some defects or damage. form this office i have learned to manage my time in office and on site projects.
Procurement Analyst (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 31 March 2013
A typical day at the department of Chief Financial Operation Branch at Health Canada included an analysis of the procurement activities performed within the branch. Most of such analysis were done through Microsoft Excel. However, the data was collected from the program SAP. The most enjoyable part of such position was the learning material that was provided from the managers and supervisors.
Retired (Former Employee) – Sydney, NS – 12 January 2013
My work day consisted of assessing clients who have lost their drivers licenses due to drinking/ drugging driving or refusal of the breathalizer.I would have to also put them through a two day educational program as well as referring some for further treatment if a problem with alcohol or drugs excisted. I have learned that the majority of people i saw were fantastic people who just made a mistake and took responsibility for that mistake. Management have always treated me with the utmost respect and that respect was returned. The same goes for 99% of my co-workers. The hardest part of my job was making decisions that affected someones life for example : when someone shouldn`t (in my opinion)get their license back because of alcohol,drugs, dementia or other illnesses without the proper help.My role was to report these things to Motor Vehicles. The most enjoyable part of the job was talking and listening to these same clients.People are just people and although we all are different i found we are all much the same.
working with people
trying to send people for the right kind of treatment if needed