RPN (Former Employee), Cornwall, ON – December 17, 2014
Pros: very friendly lovely place to work
Cons: unsteady hours
I worked at Saint Elizabeth Health Care for over 10 yrs. I loved my job and haated to leave but there was a cut in hours and I could not afford the loss in pay. I worked along side the ET nurses from Ottatwa, which was a very good experience. Very seldome did we fight about anything and if we did. \
If you are not willing to suck up to managment, look elsewhere
unknown (Former Employee), ottawa,ontario – December 2, 2014
This place is horrible. In the short time I was there I realize you have to sleep with the trainer and suck up to management to get ahead. Making mistakes in the place if you are not friends with management will get you out of the door with no questions asked. Even if the one mistake you made you apologized for it and it was an honest mistake. In a – more... way im very happy im not working there bc if I have to work with a bunch of phony ppl again I will lose it. But kudos to the good workers that always took care of me, too bad management couldn't be better. Their training sucks, but they expect you to get on the phones and learn quickly even if you new. They never have any desk available when you start your shift, Will never recommend that place to anyone. – less
IT Analyst (Former Employee), Markham – November 30, 2014
Pros: good place to work, stable environment, good employer
Cons: it helpdesk supervisor is useless
Supervisor in IT helpdesk, one of the rudest one I have ever come across, -She feel that IT help Desk is not a help desk but soldires on front line and she is commanding officer. - No knowledge about technicality at all -
Excellent managment and easy to talk to supervisor
Personal Support Worker (Former Employee), Clarington, ON – November 24, 2014
I began my career in health care with Saint Elizabeth Health Care. I enjoyed every moment working here. My clients were fantastic. I was always able to contact someone in the office if a situation arose where I needed assistance. I would work for this company again in an instant.
PSW (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – November 5, 2014
Cons: short hours
I learned to take care of the sick, the dying client, learned to give them a bath , assist with feeding, shower, preparing their meals, making beds and changing them, even bed bath. At first I was very nervous because I realize the clients are very delicate and have to handle with care. The hardest part of the job on my placement was learning to use – more... the hoyer lift. i am working by myself house to house, my placement was with co-workers getting to meet different race and nationality. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting to know your clients, their little stories of how they grew up. – less
Community Health Worker 2 (Current Employee), Burnaby, BC – November 3, 2014
Pros: bus fare from client to client
Cons: split hours
I have learned the value of independence.The hardest part of the job is travelling from one client to another,it is split hours and short hours. The most enjoyable is knowing and dealing with different clients every shift,i enjoy talking with different people with different accent.
Many opportunities available for continuing and advancing skills
Visiting Registered Nurse (Current Employee), Windsor, ON – April 26, 2014
Cons: unpredictable work schedule
Over all a nice job. Many opportunities available to expand my horizons, increase and advance my nursing skills on a daily basis as well as meet new people from many cultures. Problem solving, critical thinking and communication skills are a must for this job.
Personal Support Worker (Former Employee), Whitby, ON – February 18, 2014
Pros: meeting diffferent people
Cons: not time to eat
I was helping seniors in their home. And I have meet alot of different people, and some of the stories of their lives from the past was very exciting to me to hear. I have done everything from giving showers to cleaning house.
Part time RPN (Current Employee), Kemptville On – February 1, 2014
Saint Elizabeth does as much as they possibly can for all of their employees. Continuous learning is important to them and is very important to myself. For my first nursing position this is a great place to start.
Personal Support Worker (Current Employee), London, ON – January 17, 2014
Pros: love seeing people happy in their homes!
Cons: driving all over
A typical day at work would have me driving to my clients house, getting them up and showered. After a shower I help them get dressed and put on any creams or take any pills that need to be taken. Depending on the time of day (lunch) I would make them a meal and make sure they have all they need. I do some house keeping for the clients that are not – more... able to anymore. The thing I learned while on this job is never take your life for granted because you never know what can happen, always live your life to the fullest because life isn't actually that bad when you look at it! I don't normally see or talk to my co-workers at this job as it is just me that is travelling to my clients. When my company has meeting though I do love getting to meet new people because everyone I have met so far has been really friendly and helpful. The hardest part of the job is going home and not trying to think about some clients because you start to become close. The most enjoyable part of the job is knowing that when I leave their home and they have a smile on their face that I did something good for someone other than myself. ( and I get to do that EVERYDAY)! – less
Part-time Visiting Nurse (Current Employee), Whitby, ON – December 6, 2013
Pros: time flexibility
Cons: excessive driving
Great place to work, always travelling to different clients. Rarely see co-workers unless its a school clinic. The most enjoyable part of the job is wound repair. Hardest part of the job is being powerless in the face of impending death for palliative and end of life clients
Support Staff (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – November 28, 2013
Pros: applause from the clients i served.
On a typicla day, I would have 10 clients that I saved in different locations around Toronto. I would drive from one house to another even when the temperature was almost 35 Degrees Celcius. I learned to be punctual and dedication to work which pays at the end of the day. Management was always at hand to support us in whatever we did as the supporting – more... staff. We always had meetings on the last Thursday of the Month. Though we worked as individuals in different locations, we always communicated on the mobile phones the company gave us to use for logging in and out whenever we started our shifts and when we finished. So there was always that cohesion of whatever we were doing. The hardest part of the job was when i ran out of supplies. Working with elderly people required extra care and therefore, we always needed more supplies in order to accomplish the task. The most enjoyable part of the job was the wisdom I used to get from the elderly people(clients) that i worked with. It was really amazing to get to know how life used to be like in canada before as compared to now. How these elderly people worked hard to put Canada where it is now. I always find pleasure in whatever I do especially when its in the interest of the Company I am working with. – less
St.Elizabeth is just an all around great place to work
Personal Support Worker (Former Employee), Windsor, Ontario – October 23, 2013
I enjoyed everything about my employment at St.Elizabeth. The management was always there whenever needed, from the smallest thing to the biggest. A typical day at work was going from client to client and helping them with their every day needs. The hardest part of the job was really nothing, I liked the challenges that some clients provided. When we – more... came to an agreement between the client and myself it was rewarding for all involved. The most enjoyable part was helping the client in any way possible. – less