Security Guard (Current Employee), North York, ON – June 10, 2014
Pros: no traffic going to work
Cons: lack of sleep and living on different schedule than family.
Working the late night shift is challenging at times. Trying to find a balance with work, family and mental health takes much discipline.
My co-workers are very knowledgeable in the security field and are very willing offer suggestions.
I enjoy the challenges and diversity of working in a hospital. I enjoy meeting different people and persevering – more... through problems that arise. Although there are some difficult situations and outcomes, I try to learn and grow from them to the best of my ability. – less
Office Assistant - Volunteer (Former Employee), Branson Site – May 2, 2014
Pros: free breakfast & lunch, exposure to a hospital environment, gaining experience
- knowledge of security passcode to enter volunteer/employee room each morning - greet the employees who are already at work - begin preparing cataract forms and charts for patients (in chronological order by time of appointment) - direct patients to surgical waiting room - replenish charts & supplies when number count is running low
Coop Student (Former Employee), North York, ON – May 22, 2013
Working at NYGH was a really good learning experience for me. Most reliable and helpful staff I have every seen. I really didnot find myself in any awkward situation at any point of time. Everyday right from the beginning of the day, I was aware of what I was suppose to do throughout the day.
This is the most miserable place in the known world
Administration (Former Employee), General – November 14, 2012
The managers are completely ignorant of operations and how to run a business. They also hate any sort of criticism and new ideas. The only people that get promoted are sycophants that are equally useless and will not challenge authority. Coworkers only think about their own interests and will fight you tooth and nail in order to avoid work.
Bottom – more... line this is an awful place to work that will kill your soul and cause you to become a bitter and resentful person. – less
Dietary aide (Current Employee), Toronto ontario – September 28, 2012
Cons: need 20 hours and up
As a Dietary Aide I have over five years experience in the child care and Long term care environment with food preparation, serve and delivering food to resident.
As an organized and hard working individual with over five years experience in Child care and Long term care I believe my qualifications match very well with your requirements. My strengths – more... also include independent working and working as a team with excellent communication skills. Being a very confident person when under pressure, my ability to assess client’s needs, inspire co-operation and achieve deadlines on a timely basis. I have currently completed my food service worker course at Centennial College. I am interested in expanding my skill within Food Services & Nutrition deportment. – less
Dietetic Attendant (Former Employee), North York, ON – September 20, 2012
Typical work day is my first day meeting new patients. Learned, how to handle older people when they get angry. Management is very friendly and the co-workers are the same. Hardest part of the job is, if someone died or hurt them self. Most enjoyable part of the job is meeting people and listen to older people what they saying.