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Closing the Gap Healthcare
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About the company

  • CEO
    Leighton Mcdonald
  • Founded
    1990
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Healthcare

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 71 reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

RPN in Kitchener, ON
on 3 May 2021
Uncomfortable, awkward, anxious place to work!
Their moto of a 'team made for caring' is not true. Bottom line: The older nurses run the show and the new hire nurses even when they speak up several times are not being heard. Management will side with older employees and that's why they keep hiring new people and can't retain them. Older nurses are set in their ways and will argue over how a MAR is done when they are wrong. They may even be jealous of your nursing talent. Management thinks issues will resolve themselves through the law of attraction. No support for you!
Registered Practical Nurse in Toronto, ON
on 18 May 2021
Lots of education, great job for New Grad RPNs
This is my first nursing job since graduating and this company has been really great with promoting furthering education and providing ample resources to do so. I find management to be approachable and accommodating and I have enjoyed the experience so far.
Physiotherapist in Simcoe County, ON
on 25 February 2021
Not a good choice for new grad, and lots of risks with very low pay
During a pandemic you would expect to have the best taken care of people providing care on the front lines. Their administrative system is archaic, they provide very little to do the job, not paid for travel time or charting (in a chart AND online) and if the client is not home when you are arrive for a scheduled appointment you get paid nothing but have to enter into the online system. While on the surface there is flexibility to book your own schedule, you spend much time doing this, with no admin. time paid. At my exit interview it was clear that recommendations are not important enough to be passed on.
HR in Mississauga
on 25 January 2021
Productive workplace. Culture of organization is great and everyone is very helpful.
Love the organization and its culture. But sadly, they do not provide enough compensation for the amount of work being completed. Overworked staff all across Ontario.
Client Service Associate in Halifax, NS
on 6 January 2021
Fun work place
They treat you like family, I enjoy working with my team at closing the gap. They respect you and they are very supportive. My interview was very easy, I laughter a lot

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