Nova Scotia Health Authority
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35 questions about working at Nova Scotia Health Authority
Sounds like a horrible place to work
Answered 1 May 2017
If you’re permanent you can basically do whatever you want but if you’re temporary the managers nitpick about everything you do. very little followup to any complaints.
Answered 17 March 2019
The insurance is worse than the insurance i had at a non-unionized job and the conditions were almost worse
Answered 12 November 2018
You receive benefits, pension plan, health care plan!
Answered 30 October 2017
Business casual
Answered 8 March 2019
It is accumulated and the time is shown on your pay stub, it resets every fiscal year, and some is carried over/grandfathered to the next fiscal year. Your accumulated sick time is not considered part of the short term illness program. This is only for Central Zone staff, it is managed differently elsewhere.
Answered 8 March 2019
8 hours per day
Answered 23 January 2019
Know about yourself, job description.
Answered 23 January 2019
Treat the temporary workers and permanent workers equally. They say they do but in practice the permanent workers can show up late, leave early, break safety rules etc. and nothing happens to them. You get hounded about the smallest things if you are a temp.
Answered 12 November 2018
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