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Unhappy Management dominated work environment
EX AR Finance Clerk (Former Employee), AR Finance, Willingdon, Burnaby BCOctober 13, 2014
Pros: few
Cons: long hours and unhealthy workloads
Very difficult and arrogant Management Team exists at the AR Finance office. Management is intolerant of new ideas, new direction and new methods in improving work flow and productivity.. Staff turnover is over 50% and old staff let go are not replaced. If you are accepted for employment, then you are a chip off the old block (Head) and are a replica – more... of the Management Group, that is desperate to retain power. Steer care of any AR Job advertisements until the department goes through a major internal overhaul. – less
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New challenges and acheivments
Lead Warehouse Operations - Supply Chain (ROI) (Current Employee), Langley, BCSeptember 15, 2014
Pros: great pay and managers
Cons: union issues
Dealing with the day to day of a government Union has its ups and down but over all the people are great and it has taken some time but they have warmed up to me.
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Hcp clerk
Hcp clerk (Former Employee), AbbotsfordAugust 25, 2014
Pros: hours
Cons: supervisor and stuck up counsellors
I worked for HCP worst supervisor ever imaginable. I would avoid HCP completely unless you like being completely stressed out !!
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Shared service provider to BC public health organizations
Non Patient Billing Manager (Current Employee), Vancouver, BCJune 22, 2014
Pros: people
Cons: politics and fragmentation ('turf' battles)
Shared service provider to BC public health organizations; learned how political and fragmented healthcare in BC is but most people care and are dedicated to working to add value for BC public healthcare recipients. The biggest achievement was leading the first online payment offering in BC public healthcare history.
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Supporting the most acute patients in the province
Strategic Transformation Consultant (Current Employee), VancouverMay 30, 2014
Working at PHSA provides staff an opportunity to provide care and supporting services to the most acute patients in the province. Shrinking budgets and expanding expectations make it a challenging environment, but that is true everywhere.
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If you want to stagnate in a job...PHSA is for you
Project Manager 1 (Former Employee), VancouverApril 18, 2014
Pros: some work life balance
Cons: low pay, no advancement, horrible bosses
You will work hard and impress management, but this will get you no where fast. Management does not respect staff and treats employees like children.
If you want advancement and have the audacity to ask for it, you will be told it is coming and there is a future for you in the company, until one day you will be let go - without a reason!
You will be – more... offered a meagre redundancy that they will not honour and your only chance of being treated like a human being is to get a lawyer involved. – less
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Fun to work with friends at work
Payroll Clerk IV, CSR (Former Employee), Vancouver, BCAugust 12, 2013
Pros: lots of friends at work
Cons: very distant management
High expectation with very little training.
Co-workers are good.
Management not supportive.
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5 Stars
Temporary Administration Support Clerk (Current Employee), Vancouver, BCJanuary 8, 2013
Pros: ethics, benefits, friendly
Cons: can be stressful if not very busy, so need to be on all the time.
I enjoy working here as I learn and face new challenges and new skills that are viable throughout the health organizations. The experience has made me feel more flexible about my skills and brushing up on the skills already acquired. It is a great place to work.
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Productive and enjoyable company to work for
Customer Services Assistant (Former Employee), Bedford, BedfordshireSeptember 17, 2014
Processing claim forms on data base.
Printing payment cheques and put in envelopes ready for franking.
Filling claims in patients individual files.
Our team worked well together arranging each morning who and what role each member would take charge of on that day.
I learned how to use bespoke data base and how to contact the relevant companies to verify – more... the patients payments.
Enjoyed the contact with patients and the thanks received when a difficult claim was handled and processed quickly. – less

About Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA)

Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) is a publicly funded health service provider in the province of British Columbia. – Read more