Interior Health
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48 questions about working at Interior Health
In my experience, it definitely depends where you end up working. There are jobs where things are just ok, and then the jobs that are destructive to your mental health. Unfortunately.
Answered 9 August 2017
I am very flexible to work anytime anyday.
Answered 6 December 2017
It can take over a month as was my experience as well.
Answered 31 August 2018
Yes from what I understand if you are full-time or part-time but not casual. I hear if you are casual you have the opportunity to buy benefits but they are very expensive as someone has said more than once.
Answered 7 October 2020
Ask lots of questions
Answered 16 March 2019
Actually, people are not hired initially as a casual. If a job is not filled internally then it is posted externally. If it is a full or part time that is how it is posted. Not posted casual to try out people. When there is a casual positio posted it is because the permanent position for the job is already filled. Casual is for relief due to sickness, vacation, other absences etc.
Answered 8 February 2018
I think they're the support workers who help serve the food in the dining room
Answered 24 August 2017
In some cases
Answered 5 November 2020
Yes they do
Answered 8 October 2020
Through gossip and the grapevine or punishment with job change - never professional discussion
Answered 16 September 2020
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