Communications representative (Former Employee), San Diego, CA – August 24, 2012
Pros: able to work independently for long periods.
Cons: difficult to find assistance if ill.
The job required excellent communication with the hospital nurses, surgeons, and all staff members in the field within the United States. Proper documentation also was required and the system software in the San Diego location accommodated this. along with the recording of all calls and caller I.D. information.
The environment was not to quality for good air circulation and there were no windows. There were kitchen and bathroom accommodations for one person working night shifts. With no relief available for ten hours, this allowed for meal preparation on the job.
Personal Support Worker (Current Employee), Mississauga, ON – May 1, 2013
I love working here. They focus on taking care of residents to the fullest extent. Very friendly staff and management. Flexible times for residents meals, ADL and activities. Always new leaning programs and training updates for staff.