Pharmacy Associate (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – August 19, 2012
Excellent team to guide and motivate and work. The pharmacy staff dispenses prescriptions accurately, delivers medication to all the units of the hospital in all the floors. Manages inventory and orders according to the pharmacy policy.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – July 30, 2015
Attending workshops, seminars to upgrading nursing knowledge and skills. I love cooking, learning therapeutic diet and healthy foods that beneficial for my patient and for my family and for me as well.
Call Centre Agent (temp) (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – March 13, 2015
I work evening shifts 5pm-11pm. I get to make my own schedule, one weekend day is required. the management is good, if you need help they help you right away. Overall the work atmosphere is relaxing and easy and my co-workers are awesome and very welcoming.
Pharmacy student (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – March 15, 2014
Trillium Health Centre has very good work environment. I did my one month placement at Trillium. It was wonderful experience. The staff of Trillium inpatient pharmacy is very nice and cooperative. The inpatient pharmacy of Trillium hospital is well managed and neat and clean. I learned so much new stuff there. I worked in both sterile and non sterile compounding areas. I dispensed interim doses, filled ward stock items, filled carts, delivered medications to different wards in hospital and the most exciting part of the placement was to learn how to perform medication reconciliation. The staff was very cooperative and helped me to clear my doubts during my placement.
Nursing Student (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – March 5, 2014
When I started my clinical, I could not differentiate between the statuses of different professionals for a while since I continually saw a positive communicative atmosphere among them. They were helpful and welcoming in sharing their practices with us, encouraged and made us comfortable with participating in Health care deliveries. The same attitude was preserved relating to patients. The staff was constantly consulting and helping each other. It was everybody’s moral input and attempt to support collaboration that created this environment. As we were supposed to rotate weekly for different patients, we became familiar with the health care concerns and treatment arrangements of every patient. I saw significant numbers of patients with complex care problems recovered and transferred in dependence with their needs to home care or communities’ services regiments in the end of my clinical. I saw the satisfactions of patients and their families. They were properly referred outpatients medical and social services. These services included medical specialists, family doctors, educators, social workers, community services, psychologists, consultants
line worker (Former Employee) – Brockville, On – November 8, 2013
Going in early and starting line work right away. I have learned how to make cough syrup and other medication. We always had different managers due to shift work always rotating but all the ones i have worked with have been great to there staff. I enjoyed working with the co-workers they helped out a lot if i needed the help on something. the hardest part of my job was standing for 8-12 hours straight on cement floors. The most enjoyable part of my job was getting to see how everything works and was made.
Labourer at Ferrero Chocolate Factory. (Former Employee) – Brantford, ON – July 10, 2013
It was pretty good . Called into work an got there in time and the bosses were excellent and good work ethic. The employers had a good work ethic...and that is the way it should be. They put me where they knew i was able to work and i was fit to work. I would work for this company again.