Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) – London, ON – 22 January 2017
The job was not a routine type position. Never have two days that were the same. Everyday was a learning experience. Wokplace was a mult cultural environment. The hardest part of the job was learning medical terminalogy and short forms. Most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with the patients.
Allied health (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 29 June 2017
Poor management and senior management. They advance their own careers. Not much room to advance as a frontline clinician. Some teams are great to work with, others not so much. Needs an overhaul of the various levels of management. Toxic environment with current management in place.
good management nice environment better pay. team work. looking after emplyee. ganing hood experiences. employable work place.
security guard (Current Employee) – toronto – 28 February 2017
I personally feel it is great to serve in such type of organization. Where work place isdecent nice wellfare good management team work exist and good all benefit are given to guard. I feel this is good salary offered so far i have seen. I feel jappy to work in jospital meeting different people serving patients. It is an golden opportunity to join such good organization. Thankd.
Management Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 November 2016
Trend to get rid of workers once they're a bit older and replace them with younger ones. Management lacks knowledge and skill to be able to do a proper job. They cave into pressure to replace older workers with younger ones.
Once you're in your fifties you may be out of a job.
Support Worker (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 May 2016
People in the organization are by and large friendly and helpful until management decides to side with their own assistants and disregard human resources issues. Poor senior management and support, no accountability mechanism and highly political.
Nice community, some very good RNs, staff and patients
Long hours, poor management, toxic environment, poor pay in relation to work hours
Student Nurse (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 November 2015
I enjoyed doing my clinical placements at St. Joseph's. The staff was extremely helpful and they made it easy for us as nursing students to learn. A typical day was just coming in, researching on our patients and getting morning report. Duties included any care that was needed, medication administration, participating in rounds that took place for an hour in the morning and reporting to our instructor, nurse we were buddied with and the physician.
Very helpful staff
Other students from other schools, sharing patients.
Great community sensibility but major staffing and management issues. Due to low income area, emergency is always packed. Building is due for many renovations and upgrades. Overall, good experience but highly do not recommend for personal long term satisfaction