LOYALIST COLLEGE Employee Reviews
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Healthcare Educators are experienced and work together to deliver an excellent comprehensive learning experience to prepare students for the workplace.
Many aspects to learning on and off campus, all made easier through many available and approachable staff.
I worked as a lab technician - applied through the student application process. Although it was not strictly necessary for me to do I was more than willing to help any students that; had questions relating to their homework (without giving the direct answers but allowing them to come to their own conclusions); had any questions related to the operation of analytical equipment in the instrumentation room.
Unfortunately, the environment is quite toxic at the moment. There is quite a bit of gossip and backbiting as well as cliques. There is little room for advancement. This is true for both faculty and support/admin positions. It seems like faculty is particularly bad at the moment as most instructors are part-time and struggle to meet the demands of students and second jobs.
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Facilitator, Digital Media for Learning (Initiatives Opportunities, 11 month assignment)
18 hours ago
The workplace culture was supportive. All the staff were very qualified and always ready to offer necessary information. The students were informed about our services and we would offer a minimum of 6 counselling sessions. The feedback from students gave us high ratings.
I have worked for Loyalist College since 2007 when I received an opportunity to develop a course in my field of study which was Health Information Management. In the years that followed I have been supported by management and staff. I absolutely love this job/career and would love the opportunity to do more.
I agree with another contributor. The Dean and management don't care about their staff at all. "Some Deans are oppressive bullies, and do not care for the well-being of their staff and students. Management needs to deal with some of your Deans. Regardless of how many well-being sessions you do, if you allow toxic Deans to remain, Loyalist will still be a toxic environment." Dito, dito,dito. Working for Loyalist was the most toxic work experience, ever! Major management & co-coordinators changes required - yesterday!
Some Deans are oppressive bullies, and do not care for the wellbeing of their staff and students. Regardless of the push made for a better work/life balance, more work is dumped on staff and hours keep being taken away. By the end of each semester, my stress levels are through the roof. The sad thing is, I'm not the only one that feels this way. Although some areas seem to function well, others do not. Management needs to deal with some of your Deans. Regardless of how many wellbeing sessions you do, if you allow toxic Deans to remain, Loyalist will still be a toxic environment.
I'm technically in a working place, but it is more of a learning place more as I am in college for Culinary Management. Every Thursday and Friday the "Resto 213" is open at Loyalist College, which is a restaurant that the Culinary program runs. this is where us (the students) learn how to work in a restaurant both severing and cooking. The chefs that work at the college to teach are very understanding, and are willing to show us how they want things done. They also give us excellent feed back and advice
As a student of the school the management gave all Residence Assistants challenging but doable jobs. We were tasked with nightly door and floor checks of all residence buildings, We were also tasked with working alongside the campus security to ensure the safety of all students living on campus.
Working in a team environment and meeting fellow students
I learned different ways to help build programming for students that lived on residence. The most enjoyable part of the job was to communicate with students and help make their experience at Loyalist College a positive one. The hardest part of the job was finding programs that everyone would would like to participate in. In the age of technology, I found that events where you could get the students to communicate and off of their phones were the most successful events!