Grand River Hospital
Happiness score is 55 out of 100
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About the company

  • Founded
    1995
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $130m to $650m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Nursing

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Rating overview

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Reviews

Social Worker ICU in Kitchener, ON
on 1 December 2021
Caring professionals at a very difficult time addressing Covid.
Physicians appreciate and recognize all the efforts of allied health team. Working within the ICU the significance of the collaborative team approach was strongly supported throughout the unit and management.
Registered Nurse in Kitchener, ON
on 15 December 2021
Great people to work with
Love working with the people in grand river hospital. It's a smaller hospital so they don't have lots of extra interdisciplinary workers on hand so you learn to make do.
Medical Technician in Kitchener-Waterloo, ON
on 1 December 2021
great pay but toxic working environment at some department
People at the department I worked with are very judgemental, especially at the management level. No teamwork but a toxic environment with many small groups. Diversity and inclusion are jokes, while discrimination is more accurate to describe the working environment. If you are lucky to be the favorite of managers, happy life. If not, good luck!!
RPN in Kitchener-Waterloo, ON
on 25 October 2021
Horrible work place.
All area of hospital are understaffed and have been for months. The problem has only gotten worse with the lay offs. Unsafe as patients suffer due to lack of care as nurses are trying to prioritize constantly. Co-workers are usually good but unable to work together as everyone is stretched so thin. Lots of employees are extremely overwhelmed and exhausted due to this issue hence if you look there are 48 pages of openings. Pay is not much and if you drive parking is expensive and a nightmare as it is blocks away. Union is not good and would tell anyone who is thinking of applying not to. Do not jeopardize your nursing license or your sanity for this place.
Environmental Service Worker in Kitchener, ON
on 17 July 2021
Unorganized and a bit crazy
I was apart of the environmental services. So the time I was there I had three supers. They were all unorganized (even know majority of their jobs were now with a different department) they still got things mixed up and missed place (ie. Having three people booked in the same area when only one is needed). The one manager wasn't really a fan of men and would treat people differently based on that. For example, she got mad at me because I was booked in the same area for a week yet people she talked too did the same. Majority of the staff arent very nice (majority of the older age crowd) and will talk behind your back, etc. It's good money but if you think your mental state isn't the strongest I wouldn't recommend being part of environmental services.

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