Passport Health
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Passport Health Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1994
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Nursing

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 143 reviews and is evolving.

4.1420193.252020

Reviews

RN Staff Nurse in Ontario
on 12 April 2020
Flexibility is a trade off for decent pay and workers' rights
I liked my job here and was proud of the services I offered to clients. I think there are/were (pre-covid) many opportunities for advancement. It's a good environment if you like working independently and if you're good at doing your own learning to back up health teaching and immunization skills, and helpful if you're coming from an immunization background. I liked the Nurses I worked with, as well as the Nursing management team--9/10 are excellent. I would not recommend this job because of the low pay, no benefits, and little regard for workers' rights, ie. no coffee breaks, and often no lunch breaks when you have a full schedule. HR has been telling us for the past year that they would bring in benefits, and all they came up with were gym membership discounts which are of zero importance to staff. I also suspect that my "raise" was nothing more than a pay increase to reflect the new starting salary. If the company makes it to the other side of covid-19, they need to do better in all of these areas.
International Expansion Manager (Project Manager) in Remote
on 13 October 2020
Expansion coordinator
I loved my role at Passport Health, I learned so much in 2.5 years , and it has really helped me develop my skills. My manager was an absolutely amazing manager , with great management skills. Due to working remotely, it doesn't have the strongest culture .
Travel Nurse in Toronto, ON
on 25 February 2020
Cheap
Worked for Passport in Ontario. It's a boring cash type job. OK for part time for extra cash, but it isn't a "real" job by any stretch. Low pay no benefits. Arrogant and clique manager & team leader. Rude and sarcastic exit interviews. And terrible pay. Don't value staff
Personal Support Worker (PSW) in Thunder Bay, ON
on 27 January 2020
somewhat flexible hours
hours were pretty flexible with my client but hours were not consistent and being on call constantly was inconvenient. Other than that the work was enjoyable and felt fufilling to be able to assist in his daily activities of living.
Travel Health Nurse in Toronto, ON
on 5 December 2019
Well like many companies there is an upside and a downside
Upside: The hours, love being able to work independently, love the canadian management team. Downside: Very little room for growth, NO HEALTH BENEFITS, unrealistic expectations with consultations, resulting in no lunch break, staying late or appointment running over other appointments. Pressure from American head office to make the sales 'quota per client

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