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    more than $10B (CAD)
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Analyst in Calgary
on 23 June 2021
No pay increases if out of scope
No step or pay increases since 2014. That’s seven years, unless you are in a unionized position. You will be working ‘for the greater good’. Good environment.
Administrative Assistant - Moved to Newfoundland in Calgary, AB
on 15 July 2021
I am retired now but loved my years at AHS. I had routines. Management great. Culture awesome. Friendly and supportive. Polite. Training flexible. Encouraging
Peace Officer in Edmonton, AB
on 9 July 2021
Probably good, just not for Protective Services
Seems like a great employer, if you wear the right uniform. If you go in as a nurse or physician, you're golden. If you go in as a peace officer or security guard, it's a different story. If you go into this with the intent of being part of Protective Services, be sure you know what you're getting into. The rates of violence and injuries are very closely guarded and they wont publish what the stats are. The issued equipment, is in this weird balance of being aesthetically pleasing the senior leadership and meeting the barest standards functionality for the people using it for 12 hours a day. There's also no way for you to give feedback on your equipment, nor will you be allowed to buy your own out of pocket. You'll get 3 weeks of training as a peace officer. This is supposed to equip you with the knowledge and skills to enforce mental health, public health as well as liquor and cannabis legislation; among many other enforcement situations you will find yourself in. As a guard, you'll get 40 hours. 3 weeks and you're able to suspend the rights of another person... Unlike nurses, paramedics or even maintenance personal, peace officers and guards do not get specialized training based on their location of work. Training and candidates are a one size fits all sort of thing. AHS peace officers are also some of the lowest paid in the province.
Labor and delivery nurse in Calgary, AB
on 27 June 2021
Efficient unit with lots of learning opportunities
Good pay.Efficiently run unit with many learning opportunities.Staff is very supportive.Good parking.Modern equipment.Snacks and coffee available.Many team building and bonding activities.
Administration in Lac La Biche, AB
on 19 June 2021
Worst place to work
Its who you know. Staff get hired by supervisors with whom they are bestfriends with. People get away with sub par work practices. Good workers leave.

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Shared on 9 June 2019

How long of employement im looking for. How to handle stressful situations/clients. Am I computer literate.

Shared on 20 March 2018

What does AHC look for in a cover letter and resume? Do they want bright and flashy or simple and to the point?

Shared on 13 March 2018
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