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Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA)
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry


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Rating is calculated based on 139 reviews and is evolving.


Stores Attendant casual in Cranbrook
on 28 May 2021
Good people to work, always had your back
3 to 4 weeks training. Be prepared to take notes, move fast and learn fast. Bring a stop watch and note pad. The learning curve can be nerve wracking especially if you have never worked in a hospital environment ever, 1/2 the battle was learning the layout of the hospital, which made the learning process nerve wracking.
Manager, Plant and Mechanical Systems in BC Children's Hospital, Vancouver
on 6 May 2021
Disappointing management culture
Actual job and work just don't match the posted ad and job description. Senior management is very old styled, overly sensitive, rarely communicate and don't delegate or trust other managers, but try to run the organization themselves through their admin assistants. Too much of bad blood and politics between senior managers and union members, each working for the failure of the other
Epidemiologist in Vancouver, BC
on 21 April 2021
Heavy management.
PHSA management structure is very heavy. It’s still a top - down approach management style. There are many managers than soldiers. This might lead to a less efficient organization. The staff turn over rates are very high in some divisions or departments.
Warehouse Worker in Langley, BC
on 4 April 2021
Toxic Environment
Encourage you to consider any other job at any other health authority as the company is toxic and corrupt. Complete lack of accountability at the leadership level and if you speak up and ask obvious questions you will be terminated and label as a troublemaker.
Administrative Assistant in Victoria, BC
on 28 March 2021
Poor pay
The duties are repetitive and the only thing that will change in the day would be dealing with a crisis that the patient may be having and not being able to really do anything to help them. Management clearly has their 'favorite' employees and treats them in a more favorable and respectful way than they treat employees that they consider 'disposable'. The job descriptions rarely match the qualifications and experience that are needed once you start doing the job and this seems to be a common practice with PHSA so they can keep wages low. One paycheck will not cover your rent so it is advisable to seek a part time position with Island Health so you can make ends meet and feed your family.

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