They discriminate against the Caucasian’s, and we were born here, they allow rediculous modifications for other ethnic groups regardless of experience ie. a nurse put on a dementia floor with no experience because she wants to bring her dog to work (not a service dog), another because she wants to be on an upper floor because she has to have a view of the mountains. They allow the ethnic groups to get away with bullying that Caucasian staff have quit, they allow the ethnic groups to take pictures of you without your knowledge while at work and that’s ok. Hiring individuals that are not educated in lifts and transfers putting your nursing license on the line.
And if you come forward with concerns and accusations about the discrimination representing the Caucasian staff they fire you. But they get away with whatever they want. I would never allow a loved one to stay there because the atmosphere is toxic and with no union, no job securityAnswered 27 June 2019
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at SE Health? What are the steps along the way?Asked 4 April 2017
I worked at SE when I was younger and truly had good memorable working experience. I recently applied and was shocked at the lowered standard. HR called to set up phone interview. I missed that call and attempts to call back was ignored. Not the greatest first impression. I'll save myself the trouble of calling back. Very rude first impression. Times changedAnswered 24 March 2020
If you were in charge, what would you do to make SE Health a better place to work?Asked 15 April 2019
Treat your staff equally with respect. Regardless of what position they hold. Communicate with your staff. Don’t discriminate against disabled employees. Respond to emails.And most of all be morally and ethically responsible. You are a great lady who holds a powerful job. Your management team is an extension of you and this company. And a lot of them are more worried about their jobs instead of doing their jobs. All staff deserve to be treated equally, fairly and with respect.Answered 14 August 2020
Yes , of course they are, because they know they do little to keep employees, and they must continually replace those who quit, very costly way to do business! But they've got poor, lazy, little managers in the office who dont have skills, knowledge,nor motivation to keep good employees.Answered 15 June 2019
Awesome company. As a Registered Nurse I have been supported and given lots of positive feedback from my supervisor.Answered 11 October 2019