Canadian Health Labs
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Administration in Fredericton, NB
on 13 May 2022
Loved the work, * but…*
I worked as a remote admin, i’d go to different locations around fredericton and around NB and provide admin assistance to nurses at covid vaccination/testing sites. I only had this job from the end of January to the end of March, and in those 3 months I had maybe 4 or 5 shifts? I was told through the job ad that i applied for that it was 50-60 hours a week full time. And then everyone’s contracts ended abruptly at the end of march after already being told that they were being extended into april. soooo yeah..I’ll break it down like this: pros: * working with healthcare staff was amazing *entry level, great way to find out if you’re a good fit for healthcare administration*good pay, plus paid travel and travel expenses * some sites only took an hour but you’d get paid for 4 hours, per site.cons: * disorganized management / upper management , bad communication ( for example some people were told there is no dress code and then got in trouble on site for not following the dress code.) Not everyone is told the exact same thing. * no notice for travel - i’d get called on a sunday afternoon asking me to drive 3 hours north that night, and I can’t even drive a car. * very few actual shifts to go around, especially compared to how many people they seemed to hire. i can’t say for certain, but it really seemed to me like they over anticipated how many people they would need and how many clinics and sites there would be from Feb onwards and hired too many people. I literally worked *maybe* 5 times. This could be a pro for someone looking for more casual work to balance with the other parts of their life, but for someone being told this was full time work this was a major con*they hire you as an independent contractor whether you technically are one or not, so when they lay you off you can’t get EI because there’s no ROE for them to give you. Also, you have to take your own taxes out overall i really enjoyed the work itself, doing admin work for healthcare staff, but the rest of the job left me feeling like i had been mislead on what I should expect as well as what was expected of me and the rest of the admin team
Registered Nurse, Case Manager in Remote Work, SK
on 27 June 2022
Fast Paced Environment With Exceptional Management and Team Leading
I worked with CHL as a contracted Registered Nurse. I found the management to be incredibly supportive and encouraging, even during the most stressful of days. The managers are true leaders, which is so incredibly important in the world of healthcare -- leadership helps us feel like we are all a part of the same team. I loved my experience with CHL and I can't wait to work with them again in the future.
Manager in Ontario
on 18 May 2022
This is a fly-by-night numbered company with no professional standards
Be very cautious if you choose to accept any contract work. Ensure that everything in terms of conditions and compensation are written into the agreement.
CM in Remote
on 18 April 2022
Avoid at all costs
Truly the worst company I have ever worked for. Terrible from the top down. They don’t care about their “employees” aka contractors. They hire you this way (contract) so they can cut you at any moment they find you no longer useful. They are currently trying to get into travel healthcare/nursing/staffing and they have no idea what they are doing. They have no business in healthcare and are extremely unprofessional. Avoid at all costs.
Administrative Assistant in Ottawa, ON
on 16 April 2022
Great experience
It was pretty fun. A nice workplace cool people great managers. It was a great opportunity and experience. I loved working there but unfortunately our place has been shutdown!

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