RNR Patient Transfer Services INC. Employee Reviews for Patient Transfer Attendant

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Patient Transfer Attendant (Current Employee) –  Niagara, ON29 May 2019
I really enjoy this job, it's extremely rewarding thanks to the patients and most of my coworkers.

THAT BEING SAID! The company itself is a mess. Everything they do is for the benefit of management/dispatch.

Other than the blatant and egregious safety concerns, the worst part of this job is the scheduling. You are made aware of your next shift the night before, you are not guaranteed to work just because you are available, there might be days in a row where you will not hear from the dispatch to confirm you for a shift. They literally make the schedule the night before. If you have an issue with a coworker, they will not accommodate you. You are not given end times, leading to anywhere between 7 to 15 hour days.

If you are looking at applying here, all I'll say is good luck to you.
Pros
coworkers, patient interactions
Cons
Dispatch, management, safety, scheduling
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Worst place to work
Patient Transfer Attendant (Former Employee) –  Burlington, ON8 May 2019
They literally dont are about you, pay is garbage for what they expect out of you, LONG hours that make no sense 12 hours plus

The worst place to work seriously RNR is trash
Pros
None
Cons
Everything
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worst company i have ever worked for
Patient Transfer Attendant (Former Employee) –  Burlington, ON16 November 2016
-forced to work over 12 hours
-long days some times with no breaks
-coworkers are great
-management is horrible, show favouritism
-trucks are unsafe, when you inform management you are told to drive them anyway
-3 days of training, that you learn nothing from
-people come and go like a revolving door
-the pay is horrible, no raises
-dispatch is rude and could care less about you
-you are given less then 8 hours notice before a shift
-when you book days off they are always refused-even if booked months in advance.
Pros
You get to meet great people
Cons
everything else about the job
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