Providence Health Care Careers and Employment
- CEOFiona Dalton
- Company size5,001 to 10,000
- Revenue$500m to $1bn (CAD)
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Recreation Therapist in Kingston, ON
on 19 January 2021
fun work, flexible hoursWorking as a recreation therapist gives me the freedom of creating my own program for my clients as a contractor for Providence Care. I have flexibility of timing and activities that I plan for people to help enhance their lives and the relationships with the clients are very productive. Pay is excellent, but there are no benefits because I am considered a contractor, not a direct employee. There is also the issue of getting paid - I do get paid well, but there is a long wait for invoices to be paid out by the government of Ontario, (up to 3 months).
Medical Device Reprocessing Technician in Vancouver, BC
on 5 December 2020
Fast-paced working environmentFast-paced working environment that requires multi-tasking job. It is essential to be conscientious and meticulous with passion for keeping people safe.
Social Worker in Vancouver, BC
on 11 September 2020
Safety problems + toxic cultureMany reviews here say the culture and management is toxic — true. I was assaulted at work by a patient; occ health then bullied me back to work. My manager told me being assaulted “isn’t personal” and I ended up resigning because the experience was so toxic and workers were still using the same space where I was assaulted, with no changes made.
Manager, Quality Improvement & Projects in Vancouver, BC
on 21 June 2020
Low pay and no appreciationPHC is a large organization so I'm sure experiences among staff differ greatly. In general, I found PHC to have many unqualified, unskilled people in significant administrative roles. I liked my work and my colleagues but could not afford to stay for long due to low pay. I stayed another year after the exec director pleaded with me, then when a director role opened up that I was perfectly qualified for, she would not even consider me. Instead she hired a friend of a friend who had little relevant experience. Also, the exec director addressed me as "Hey You". When I gently asked her to call me by my name, she went ballistic.
RN in Vancouver, BC
on 17 May 2020
Excellent in-service trainings by educators, good team sprit, respectful work environment, good work schedules, good job security and benefits.Excellent experience working for 20years, in-service training opportunities every year.Experience great management, and guidance. Work with a respectful team. Build up professional nurse patient relationship.
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