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Advanced Care Paramedic in Alberta
on 15 January 2022
Decent place to build experience
Associated is a not bad company, they have some very good management and some very poor management. The pay is decent but the benefits are sub par. Core flex sucks but there are 12 hour stations. Absolutely unlimited work available to casuals and essentially unlimited OT for full time. Their are no OT shifts for casuals. Uniform package is sub par.
Advanced Care Paramedic in Alberta
on 3 June 2022
Welcoming Work Place with room to learn and grow!
Associated welcomed me into EMS and I have enjoyed my experience in rural alberta. Ultimately I get paid to travel the province, meet new people and challenge myself. The job can be tough at times but is also very rewarding!I am able to ask questions of anyone I work with and feel supported in my learning and growth as a paramedic.
Operations Supervisor in Edmonton, AB
on 7 April 2022
Stepping Stone
I’ve been a paramedic going on eight years and like most fresh out of school I jumped onboard to the first company that extended an offer, and that was Associated. Like most I used it as a stepping stone to AHS. While the staff at Associated were awesome, it’s the management I’ve always had a problem with. Long story short; a private for-profit company should not be profiteering off the backs of their patients pain and suffering. And at the end of the day profit margarin will take priority over patient care.
Mechanic in EDMONTON
on 19 November 2021
Worst work experience if my life
Very poor management on all levels. They will not take action on any complaints and let's the Tensions Brew between the employees until it is too late. AND THEN LIE ABOUT IT
Primary Care Paramedic in Edmonton, AB
on 24 February 2021
Avoid if you can
They know there are so many new PCPs and ACPs coming out of schools and AHS doesn't have enough room to take them all, so they gladly take the rest. They simply chew you up and spit you out. Management is a joke, unless you a related to one of them. If you have an actual issue, don't expect management to do anything about it. But if you miss a unit check or something else simple, they will come down hard on you. Can't do your job? No problem, as long as you do the unit checks.

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