Nursing in Niagara Falls, ON
What a wonderful place to work!
Hard working front line staff. Older psw staff go through the motions and need to retire. Some bickering and pettiness seen between staff that should be kept private. Residents well cared for especially on Chippawa unit. Locked unit staff is exceptional with all the people with dementia residents.
Nursing management approachable deals with things well. DOC incredible.
RPN student in Niagara Falls, ON
collaborative with other disciplinary team and overall safe environment for residents. Advocate for residents..
A typical day at Millennium when I was a consolidating student was receiving TOA from RN/RPN in order to safely care for my residence through out my shift and made sure that the residence received all their scheduled medication in a timely manner. As a student I had an opportunity to work with all disciplinary team to provide better care for all the residents.Time management is a key when it comes to proving care for all the residents.The most enjoyable part of the job is to see that every single resident is treated fairly and equal, and also as a student I was was able to advocate for them when I saw a need of change to better the care of a residents.
PSW/Caregiver in Niagara Falls, ON
Never work at MTM
MTM is a cery fast paced and very stressful job. Most if the emokitees talk behind each ithers back. And the is favortism anongst managenent to employees. They weed out the quiet and soft spoken person by using their athority over the new employee. Thank goodness i was liked, so i never eas bothered. But im a very strong persin
PERSONAL SUPPORT WORKER in Niagara Falls, ON
Management does not care about front line workers. We are extremely overworked and underpaid. Work short 90% of the time with no support. Management more concerned about where staff drink water than the unsafe working conditions of staff/residents.
Stressful and you get bullied.
This is a very stressful place to work. There is a lot of bullying among nursing staff and if you are not a RN or RPN, you do not have a voice, no one listens to you. Work short most of the time. TOO MANY MANAGERS and not enough front line workers.