Labrador-Grenfell Health
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Primary Care Paramedic in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL
on 24 March 2021
Fast paced in all departments
Fast paced place to work, but management needs a massive overhaul along with the scheduling and pay department. If you are not a doctor then you are treated like trash. Poor support and manager’s have managers who have managers, the chain of command/control is horrendous.
Manager in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL
on 16 July 2021
Stressful and Depressing
Management is a farce in the organization, senior management constantly delegates the bulk of their administrative work onto their management team, which prevents the managers from being on floor with staff. Senior management don't have a clue what they're doing because of the "old boys club" hiring practices that are taking place. If you have a friend in management, or a partner, it doesn't matter if you are qualified for the position they will appoint managers and directors without posting competitions, if they want to finagle one of their friends to the top. Very gossipy place to work as well, with a very poor work culture. It is very clicky for the most part, you either find a group to fit in with or you're a social pariah. Managers are also very unprofessional in their conduct when speaking to other management members and treat you like a bottom feeder if you are below their rank in the management ivory tower. That's why the call the Administration Building (Senior Managers Office Bldg) the "Crystal Palace".
Domestic Worker in Haloy valkey goose bay
on 10 March 2021
I loved working at labrador grenfell
Very fair place to work and paid fair as well. I loved the job and if I had not moved out of province I would have stayed. It's a great environment, and all your coworkers are great.
Manager in Labrador City, NL
on 29 June 2020
Management lies to employees
Easy interview, very poor salary when compared to other provinces - for example a nurse left to go work in nova scotia - you can google the newspaper report - she had given her life for LGHealth but got taken advantage of so decided to move to another province. People are overworked and tired. The orientation is poor. Management will lie to you and try to take advantage of your good intentions this is the worst part of the job - the deceptive nature of senior management.
Paramedic in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL
on 8 April 2020
Poor organised cooperation
When it come to paramedic department there is no specific management for paramedics. Clinical nurse site manager is the one managing ER nurse, Paramedics and some other department. Its is so difficult to manage three department in same time, maybe because that's why she is doing a terrible job. I was interviewed by Jan 2020 for the position it was over the phone. Interview was a joke and easy, I ask them what is my duties ? specially when they saying other related duties. They said taking Vitals,ECG, IV cannulation, bring patients to X-ray (portering duties) not limited for ER patients. That was strange to me. In Ontario where I come from, that never happened. We always have separate base and regulated under base hospital Doctors not by ER nurses. Anyways I accept the offer and hung up the phone. I had a friend working in same service (LGH). I told my situation and ask his/her opinion. I was told working in this LGH paramedic service 90% them treated miserably by management and looking for a good opportunity to move out. When they work in Happy valley goosebay, they were assigned to work in 2 locations about 50kms apart need to use own vehicle to travel back and forth. Shift is 48 to 72 hours including oncall portion. While oncall they pay $2.5/hour If you get callouts only you get over time. Their management is mostly supportive to Nurses. So medics work below the nurses. There was so many things going over there. Frankly speaking management is inefficient. There are places well recognize our paramedic profession. Work for them and get in to right path. There are other provinces recognize our profession like Ontario, NB,PEI, NS, can't complain about Alberta. So please don't let our profession down. So I called and inform them that I won't be show up.

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