Mount Sinai Health System

Mount Sinai Health System Employee Reviews in Canada

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The work at Mount Sinai is enjoyable, however the hours are long - often work 16 hours
Security Guard (Current Employee), Toronto, ONSeptember 18, 2012
Pros: performing a variety of tasks (i.e patient watches, morgue releases, patrol duties, door access), rotating schedule
Cons: working 16 hours shifts regularly
The job required to be performed at the hospital proved to be very challenging at times, which made the work enjoyable. Often times, I performed patient watches in the Emergency Department and in the Psychiatric Ward, where I was required to monitor patients who were at risk of being aggressive and on a Form 1 or 3. The most enjoyable part of the job is having the ability to perform a variety of duties, as opposed to performing low-level, tedious tasks. The job has taught me the importance of report-writing and keeping up-to date, finely-detailed reports - an important part of the job especially if an incident leads to a lawsuit. The hardest part of the job is being required to stay longer than the standard 12-hour shift on days where a relieving officer is unable to attend work. This makes the job very tiring, especially where the shift begins early again the following day. My co-workers are very friendly and hard-working. They treat the staff and patients very well. Many of them, like myself, are interested in a future career in policing. This makes working with my colleagues easier, as we share common ground.
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respectful
Service assistant/service support (Former Employee), toronto;ontarioSeptember 9, 2012
Pros: free meal ticket if stay overtime
Cons: if you are good worker, your get more work
very friendly atmospheric place,got to meet different people,cultures
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Awful!
Mid-level worker (Former Employee), CanadaJune 29, 2012
Pros: the work perks and bennies are good
Cons: management couldn't lead a school of fish.
If you're on the medical side, great place to work.

If you're on the marketing, communications, graphics, Auxiliary or fundraising side, forget it.

There's a reason these departments have had almost complete turnover in the last two years. Crazy hours, idiotic managers, redundant meetings, petty jealousies, high school-level cliques, supervisor favourtism, tyrannical power-plays by a few donors that are rewarded for their juvenile behaviour, a complete lack of work history because whatever job you're in, you're likely to be the third person in two years...
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Greatest place to work, period.
VOLUNTEER (Former Employee), Toronto, ONMay 1, 2012
Wether it's due to the culture, employees, atmosphere, location, Mt Sinai is simply put the best.
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Great place to work
Janitor (housekeeping) (Former Employee), Toronto,Ontario,Canada.February 24, 2012
Pros: departments try to work with you.
Cons: none.
Good pay,Great benefits...Departments try to accommodate your time off requests..excellent sick benefits.

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Headquarters
150 E 42nd St New York, NY 10017
Revenue
$5bn to $10bn (CAD)
Employees
10,000+
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Links
Mount Sinai Health System website

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