First Nations Health Authority
Happiness score is 65 out of 100
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About the company

  • Founded
    2005
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Industry
    Healthcare
  • Headquarters
    West Vancouver
  • Link
    First Nations Health Authority website
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Data Entry Clerk/Admin Support in Vancouver, BC
on 22 September 2022
Great benefits and work-life balance
Great people to work with, management is supportive. Really good benefits and work-life balance too. Certain training is really useful in your daily job and also can be used for future as well.
PROGRAM ASSISTANT in Sioux Lookout, ON
on 1 October 2022
Interesting workplace
I really enjoyed working for SLFNHA, nice colleagues and relaxed workplace.
Health Benefits Assessor in Vancouver, BC
on 28 April 2022
Easy work until some calls ruin your day
The job itself is easy but sometimes the calls were brutal. You'll have people swearing and screaming at you if a claim is denied or they don't get what they want even when you try your best to help them. You really have to practice cultural safety and humility in this job so that it doesn't get to you. There are definitely some toxic people you work with and everyone knows who they are but they are impossible to get fired because of the union environment. Makes the hard workers less motivated to work because we all know we're compensated the same. If you love the fast-paced and changing environment then this is for you. You can ignore the toxic people and you will definitely find people you will click with. I have met outstanding people there.
Former Permanent Employee in British Columbia
on 24 July 2021
Some great employees, horrible environment
This organization has a fabulous vision that will never come to fruition unless the internal conflict, lateral violence, bullying, and nepotism are acknowledged and addressed. I am a mid-to-late career professional and I have worked for many organizations. FNHA is the most dysfunctional and toxic place I have ever experienced. The Human Resources department is overwhelmed and disorganized. The department ignores any attempts to deal with organizational conflict or identify processes for conflict resolution. They continue to let management hire their friends and family, regardless of experience or education. There are some excellent HR staff, but they clearly get no help from management. The organization needs to scrap HR management and start over. At FNHA, bullies continue to get promoted despite complaints from internal staff and external stakeholders. This organization is more focused on preserving egos and fancy titles than actually supporting First Nations communities in improving wellness.
Board Director, Secretary-Treasurer in Vancouver, BC
on 22 May 2021
Progressive atmosphere
Progressive, learning environment. Everyone works to advance health and wellness of all First Nations, especially in British Columbia. Lots of perks and support.

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