This is the most miserable place in the known world
Administration (Former Employee) – General – 14 November 2012
The managers are completely ignorant of operations and how to run a business. They also hate any sort of criticism and new ideas. The only people that get promoted are sycophants that are equally useless and will not challenge authority. Coworkers only think about their own interests and will fight you tooth and nail in order to avoid work.
Bottom line this is an awful place to work that will kill your soul and cause you to become a bitter and resentful person.
Other North York General Hospital Employee Reviews
Job Work/Life Balance
Great Potential but falls far from the mark
Registered Nurse (RN) (Current Employee) – Diverse areas of care – 15 April 2018
Zero patient harm is the "Gold Standard " and goal for all stakeholders within healthcare. It is the right thing to do for patients and families and is fundamental to delivering the best possible care, and fully aligned with healthcare's core values, from compassion and respect to quality and excellence. Recent in house surveys reveals a lack of evidence-based leadership skill required to engage North York General staff with the understanding and skill to embrace change. There is a preponderance of evidence-based indicators outlining the need for follower-ship engagement to be driven around the ‘how' of leadership however despite management learning modules the present management styles persist in a rigid punitive manner.
Tim Rutledge is an approachable and discerning CEO and President. (sadly he is leaving)