Grand River Hospital
Happiness score is 53 out of 100
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  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $130m to $650m (CAD)
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    Grand River Hospital website
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Registered Nurse

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 162 reviews and is evolving.



Registered Practical Nurse (RPN) in Peds
on 25 January 2023
Job culture poor
The management at Grand river was supportive, with much learning opportunity. The job itself is manageable but the culture is unprofessional on the unit, where nurses and individuals will seclude bully and harass. If you are an RN great you are accepted if you gossip. If you are an RPN you will be fed to the wolves. Do not work here if you want to feel de valued.
Scheduling Coordinator in Kitchener, ON
on 22 November 2022
Great Place to work
GRH is an excellent place to work they value and appreciate their employees. Always staffed never short, beautiful break rooms. Excellent pay grid and lots of opportunities
RPN in Kitchener, ON
on 14 November 2022
Grow and learn
Depending on the department and staff it can be great or difficult. I had a great time as all of the staff and managers were supportive and helpful. I was at Freeport TCU during 2020 - 2021. It was hard work but having a good routine and supportive staff helped.
COVID-19 Screener in Kitchener, ON
on 7 November 2022
decent pay, rude staff and toxic working enviroment
I have never been so disrespected in a workplace, workers from different floors are not collaborative, are not willing to help, rather tthey disregard, make faces, talk about you like you're not even there or that the patient isn't even there, or just flat out ignore you. I don't know if it was my position, because i'm younger or maybe the rumor that all the rudest girls in high school grow up to be nurses but it sure seems like it! Really sad that those are the people caring for other peoples health. My negative experiences often were in the emergency room. No one is willing to help, lazy workers, don't put peoples health and safety as a priority. Patients make it rewarding though
IT Service Desk Analyst in Kitchener, ON
on 28 October 2022
Its ok place to work
It is an ok place to work if you're just branching out in the working world. There are not much opportunity to grow and move up in the departments as it should be. The benefits are great.

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