Cleveland Clinic
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  • CEO
    Tomislav Mihaljevic
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
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  • Headquarters
    Cleveland Ohio, United St...
  • Link
    Cleveland Clinic website
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Exercise Physiologist in Canada
on 17 April 2022
Poor Management
Great team to work with but management was poor. Asked to work additional hours for no pay. No room for advancement. Education and experience is not taken into consideration when promoting employees.
Referral Coordinator in Toronto, ON
on 17 August 2022
Good Stepping Stone; Not a Forever Job
Cleveland Clinic is one of the worst companies I’ve ever worked for. The clinic is a great place to learn and it’s great to have on your resume because they’re very reputable however if you start the job completely sane, you will leave with some kind of anxiety or mental issue. The values that they claim to have are nonexistent. They are not empathetic about anything. The staff does not work as a team, there is no inclusion in the workplace and the environment is toxic and unhealthy to work in! The CEO tries to send positive weekly messages or videos, but has no interest in actually addressing what’s actually going on in the clinic. The management at the clinic (both downtown and midtown) is highly incompetent. They have no managerial training and DO NOT KNOW HOW TO TREAT THEIR EMPLOYEES!!! If you are not one of their favourites, they will most definitely let you know you are not liked by speaking to you condescendingly, ignoring you when they walk into a room or just straight up firing you. No matter how many years you’ve put in or how much work you do on a daily basis, they do not care. They do not thoroughly train their staff. They through into all the madness and expect you to know what you’re doing. They overwork their employees by not hiring staff in a timely manner after others have quit or been fired and offer little to no support when you ask for help. The doctors (except for 3 or 4) have no respect for the front desk staff or their personal admin assistants. They are unappreciative of the work that is done for them. They complain about everything and offer no solution to the problems that arise in the clinic. The lead physician does not inform his team of physician about policies and procedures that are put in place resulting in all the doctors doing different things making it challenging to keep up with their daily wants and needs. The clinic is very money hungry. Physician appointments are covered by OHIP but all they seem to care about is referring to physiotherapy or to the chiropractor whether or not the patients need it in order to increase the sales. The patient’s care is not their number one priority!There isn’t much room to grow at the Midtown location but lots of opportunities at the Downtown location. But again, if you are not a favourite, chances are you’ll be told “there’s someone more qualified that we are offering the position to”The pay they offer is ok but for the amount of work that you have to do, they should definitely revisit the amount they offer. They also only pay on the 15th and 30th or 31st of the month which is not convenient for most. The benefits are decent. Most services are covered at a decent percent and it’s easy to submit the claims and quick to get reimbursed. Overall you can learn a lot working at Cleveland clinic however it is not a forever job! Get in and get out. Do not involve yourself in the negativity and the drama in the office because it will stress you out! Do what you can for the day and do not overwork because they will take full advantage! Be sure to set your work/life balance boundaries because they will contact you all hours that you are not in office!
Talent Acquisition Specialist in Toronto, ON
on 6 July 2022
Excellent Workplace Culture
I have never worked at a place with so many nice people. What I like best is working with a team who appreciates my experiences and allows for a two-way street. In my first month I was able to change processes that weren't sufficient. CEO is involved and says hi to every single person he sees everyday.
Patient Service Representative in Toronto, ON
on 25 April 2022
Good for the resume, bad for your mental health
If you're interested in healthcare, it's a great company to have on your resume. They're reputable and you'll likely be able to learn a lot throughout your time as an employee.They'll do their best to present themselves as a progressive company with upstanding values, however, the day-to-day often showcases a very different environment. Inconsistencies in hiring often results in people of poor character being employed. Furthermore, due the companies self-proclaimed goal of promoting from within, numerous unqualified individuals will rise through the ranks and be put into positions of power. That on it's own is a major problem, as you're then left with innumerable unhelpful superiors scattered across various departments, all making your day harder in their own unique way.There's unhealthy power dynamics from department to department, and astoundingly poor communication between them as well. Moreover, the clinics two Toronto locations appear to be completely different companies, with neither showing much care for the other. You'll definitely befriend a few colleagues, but you'll also likely make a few enemies, as many employees lack basic compassion and empathy, and won't show any hesitation in misusing their status/seniority to intimidate you.Pay is adequate- though the pay period is scheduled inconveniently. It's every 15th of the month and then the end of the month, instead a more straightforward and efficient bi-weekly schedule. Benefits are arguably pretty good, but they'll go out of their way to cause numerous obstacles in you actually receiving those benefits.It's perhaps not the worst place to be, but I assure you, it's not somewhere you want to stay too long. Get in, learn what you can, consider growing within the company if the opportunity presents itself, but if it doesn't, keep an eye out for something else.
Talent Acquisition Specialist in Toronto, ON
on 9 February 2022
A fast paced organisation that has a great culture, great people and lots of development opportunities
Great culture, benefits package and development opportunities. They champion you on and want to see you succeed in your role and provide a great onboarding experience

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