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AHC offers the majority of the nursing positions in the province. It is difficult to get into an AHC job, but the benefits are the best there.

Answered 3 May 2017

Hours are set. if you have a position with a rotation, you can swap or ask for time off.

Answered 19 January 2020

Contract or permanent employees (not Casuals) qualify for co-paid: health and dental 70%, vision $150/2years, $20 for massage, $35 for chiropractor, and optional group disability and life insurance at very reasonable prices. These are accurate to the best of my recollection.

Answered 21 March 2020

Orientation can last up to a month because you have lots of classes to attend.
Tip: Save money for parking.

Answered 4 February 2020

Yes. Anyone who has regular contact with patients was required to pass a background check.

Answered 7 January 2020

I was full time while I was there, so 40

Answered 7 June 2020

Do not know. Training is focused on working safely.

Answered 1 March 2020

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Answered 29 May 2020
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