Good Shepherd Non Profit Homes
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Temporary, Part-time, Contract
Health Clinic Assistant/Clerical Support Worker

Hamilton, ON

$41,492 - $45,000 a year
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Referral/Waiting List Administrative Assistant

Hamilton, ON

$15 - $26 an hour
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COVID Testing Nurse

Hamilton, ON

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20 days ago

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Part-time, Casual
Community Mental Health Worker

Hamilton, ON

$15 - $27 an hour
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27 days ago

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Personal Care & Home Health

Community Health Worker
$21.16 per hour
Support Worker
$19.41 per hour
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Director in Toronto, ON
on 8 February 2019
Organization that provides critical services to the homeless
This organization provides key housing supports. The staff are very knowledgeable and caring. Organization is currently in flux with many proposed changes
Community Mental Health Worker in Toronto, ON
on 5 November 2020
Flexible work hours but toxic work environment
GSNPH was once a wonderful place to work until management “re-structured” some staff out of a job. Very little support and guidance was given to staff from management to help manage difficult and challenging caseloads. Concerns expressed by staff were often ignored and used against us. Turn around among the team is high and the rehiring slow, leading to current workers carrying very high caseloads. The organization is also behind on technology and IT issues often take too long to be resolved. More recently management has been insensitive towards supporting parents and individuals with compromised health issues during covid 19. I would not recommend working at this organization.
Residential Support Worker in Scarborough, ON
on 24 March 2020
Productive and cooprative workplace
Nice workplace with highly experience co-worker. Staff perform including hygiene, help in food prep/cooking, program planning, cleaning, coaching etc.
Community Mental Health Worker in Hamilton, ON
on 17 December 2018
Good place to work
Good place to work, really care for their staff and mental health/quality of life of their staff. Sometimes will deal with some troubling circumstances or emergencies but will be supported by a team and management if this does occur.
Community Mental Health Worker in Hamilton, ON
on 27 September 2018
Things are getting bad
In the past 5 years since certain management has changed, things have turned for the worst. It is a toxic environment, and management is not to be trusted. Most people are unqualified to be doing their roles. It appears they hire just about anyone. Lots of favouritism occurs. Referrals are based on nepotism of employees, or to individuals who's families donate money to the organization, it is not based on risk, need, or priority. Many employees are looking for jobs else where, and there is a quick overturn.
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