Patient Transfer Attendant (Former Employee) – Burlington, ON – 16 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.
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Driver/Attendant (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 15 October 2019
Here are a few things you can expect! Truck and stretcher malfunctions, unsafe requests and pickups. No concern for over working employees, and skipping their lunch breaks all for the good of the company. Management comes first, dispatch second. Being a driver/attendant means nothing to them. Even though you’re the face representing them. You’ll break your back for this place before you even get settled in. They’re quick to take advantage and ready to give no reward. Not to mention the horrid pay for everything you’re expected to do!
Patient Transfer Attendant (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 22 August 2019
I would never in my life reccomend anyone to work here, they rush you through training. For 12 hours straight in training they have you and a partner constantly lifting 250lbs which is not a realistic requirement for the job. The pay is terrible, as I can go flip burgers for more. Their equipment is broken and run down. HR is horrendous, they are all on different pages.