Nova Scotia Health Authority
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3.8 out of 5 stars.
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Nova Scotia Health Authority Employee Reviews for Licensed Practical Nurse

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Licensed Practical Nurse6 reviews
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3.6Work-life balance

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Team-work, dedication, collaborative care. Management is easy to approach and provides great support. Great hard-working nurses. Working with patients is the best part of the job
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Terrible organization

3-4 month wait from interview to starting position. Hiring process is archaic. General orientation provided is pointless and useless. Payroll continuously makes major errors. Management do not adhere to contract and have little to no experience.
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Excellent place for learning

This is an excellent place for learning. Teamwork and management is excellent as well. There is a good support system especially for RN or LPNs starting with regards to skills advancement. Educators are very hands on to teach staff to be ready on the job.
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Depending on the day.

Well the good thing is, it is a job. Especially, when it is hard to get one. 2nd not a bad pay check. Remeber to keep Mouth closed, head down, and mind your p's and q's and you will get all just fine.

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Good pay and work especially when u get permanent status.

Cons

Watch your back.
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was a great place to work

it was a good place to work, very professional. Work load was well balance, management was very supportive to staff and there were many opportunity to continue education.

Pros

8 hrs shifts self scheduling
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Full-time

12 hour shifts with short week/long week rotations. Primary Nursing. Give meds for a small amount of clients and care coordinating as well. Supported to go seminars and education opportunities. Great Clinical co-staff.

Pros

Free parking, can wear street clothes.

Cons

12 hour shifts
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Overall rating

3.8

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Ratings by category

3.6Work/Life Balance
3.9Salary/Benefits
3.6Job security/advancement
3.3Management
3.3Culture

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