Royal Inland Hospital
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8 questions about working at Royal Inland Hospital
Burnout from the utter lack of support
Answered 21 February 2018
They are 12 hour shifts and most work 0730-1930 and 1930-0730 you are mainly understaffed all the time and since there is no parking most casuals won’t even pick up work
Answered 5 April 2018
I do not. I resigned my position to work elsewhere.
Answered 3 April 2017
Eight hour shifts
Answered 24 March 2022
Took resume to the department hiring.
Answered 27 February 2022
I've seen employees of all ethnicities, with tattoos, colorful hair, piercings, etc. Most of my coworkers were pleasant and helpful. One or a few can create drama and stress but management generally goes after it if reported, but I've never heard of someone being actually "disciplined", and the one(s) who report it are always gossiped about afterward, which makes you feel unsafe at work to report something inappropriate or mean, so the mean ones end up ruling the roost. Once everyone started working from home, this more or less went away and I get that it probably happens everywhere strangers congregate and spend 50% of their waking hours together.
Answered 11 February 2021
Okay, pretty standard.
Answered 17 May 2018
The union wage.
Answered 3 April 2017
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