Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 21 March 2019
This is a big organization with three big hospital sites. I am working as a Patient Service Representative which is basically housekeeping. Some of the staff are great but the ones that have been there a long time are sneaky and toxic and take advantage of new people. So know your rights and duties. Sometimes work load can be unfair because other people on the floor don’t do their part or ignore discharges and run home leaving you with their rooms to do.
Management does nothing about the long time employees that take very long breaks and don’t even stay on the floor. Rumour has it management fears them because those employees can complain to the union and get them out.
If you go there as a new hire don’t be needy to management about trivial things such as where is such and such. Take initiative be friendly with other employees and they can show you a lot about how things work. Management likes when new hires catch on fast.
I was hired part time and in the beginning got great shifts like full time hours in a week. But recently they hired a lot of people and your lucky if you get 3 shifts in a week.
The challenging part is also the rotating shifts. You can go from mornings to afternoons to overnight shifts in different departments. It can be challenging especially if you have kids. They also call you to pick up shifts randomly.
You gain experience in different departments, new staff are friendly
You pay monthly parking, longtime staffs are toxic
Work life balance is horrible and extremly stressful
Hospitality Associate - permanant part time (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 January 2019
As a part time hospitality staff member who has worked here for 6.5 years, i have no guarentee of hours. Scheduled 45 hours in six weeks. On call and expected to drop everything to come into work. Management does not care about part time staff. Horribly stressfull to try to live on 15 hours in two weeks. Pay is good per hour but when you are only getting 45 hours in six weeks, doesn't really help.
Registered Practical Nurse (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 24 January 2019
This is a hospital that lives by it's motto "Better Together"! I have never found empowering managers and staff anywhere else. There is a great culture with amazing and supportive peers. This hospital fully engages its employees, through professional development and of course the job security and flexibility doesn't hurt.
Benefits, workshops, competitive salary and flexibility
Takes a while to move up to a full time position, so I've heard.
RENAL CLERICAL ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 9 January 2019
Checking in patients for their treatment. I have learned to have more empathy, patience. Management is fair, workplace culture very friendly and helpful. hardest part of the job seeing the patients in distress. enjoyable part of the job talking to the patients and their family.
It is okay but the pay for what we have to deal with is not worth it.
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 18 December 2018
We would have to come in, get briefed on what happened with the last shift then take over and do your daily tasks, I was mostly at night and sometimes that dealt with much worse people or it was so dead that you can't do much to pass the time.
Clinical Case Manager, ReLinc Team (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 11 December 2018
Have been here for 13 years and it is a wonderful place to work. The job can be stressful or easy depending on what is happening with clients. I have found my boss to be supportive and wonderful. During the day I visit clients in the community with severe and persistent mental illnesses. I help clients with a myriad of things from finding housing to applying for benefits, to having more meaningful activity in their day. Soemtimes the job is very draining.
Porter (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 10 December 2018
I really enjoy every thing about my job, example, helping caring patients delivering Medication from pharmacy to the floors,Delivering instruments to the whole hospital, bringing surgical cars to the OR helping visitors with directions, etc.
Nurse Managers can't be trusted, hostile environemnt
Nurse (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 1 December 2018
Am a former nurse ..avoid Trillium Health Partners. Nurse Managers don't know anything. They are old outdated managers and they lie so much too. Fortunately there is a Union (ONA) here but its is not enough. Don't get me wrong Union is still very important & its needed cause of the nurse horrible managers. There are better Hospitals to work in Toronto or GTA...
okay parking space
Workplace Violence, no one can be trusted, management needs an overhaul
Lab Technician Assistant (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 29 November 2018
greet patients introduce myself explain in detail what tests will be performed answer any questions calm and help ease the patient complete all documentation and chart all procedures performed on patients
Great place to work with a great culture and very nice staff
LICENSED PLUMBER (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 4 October 2018
Great place to work. A typical day at work consists of receiving work orders created by hospital staff to repair or install plumbing related matters from plugged toilets, leaky faucets, blocked drains, installation of new fixtures to larger scale plumbing projects.