Unity Health Toronto
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About the company

  • Founded
    2017
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Industry
    Healthcare
  • Headquarters
    30 Bond Street, Toronto, Ontario M5B 1W8
  • Link
    Unity Health Toronto website
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Reviews

Cleaner in St Joseph’s
on 1 March 2022
It’s a good place to work
I enjoy the environment here my coworkers are excellent the work load now it’s bearable of course there’s always some bad apples in every department but I’m pretty sure it’s everywhere
Security Guard in Toronto, ON
on 14 March 2022
Toxic Environment/Management Doesn't Care
They don't even treat their own employees right, don't expect them to treat you right either. With the management neglecting their staff, it translates into the healthcare you are given, without care, because management has given them no incentive to do otherwise. Management consistently ignores safety implementation requests from staff ensuring that repeated safety issue arise basically on the daily. Floor staff are not consulted leaving people who work at a desk making decisions on renovations. So now, for example, you can get trapped in the ER waiting room during violent situations because of it's new bottleneck style. They will come up with one small change and ignore the big ones that have been brought up for months, even years at this point. The NFA population is given needles right outside the ER, littering biohazards at every entrance, or all throughout the staff parking lot which is for some reason open to the public despite the constant issues. The parking stairwell looks like a war zone on a good day, and is not safe.
Secretary/Unit Clerk in Toronto, ON
on 6 February 2022
The CEO gave himself a $300,000 raise over 3 years while the clinical staff work super hard and don’t get the benefits and pay they deserve
Management and C-suite team are out of touch. Like almost everything, their motives are driven and determined by money, not by improving the workplace or by creating a compassionate, organized or respectful place to work. There is an air of not caring about the quality of work being done. There is no job security
Dietary Aide in Toronto, ON
on 1 December 2021
Good place to work
The environment was welcoming and friendly. Management has been pretty good so far and scheduling is flexible. Pay is decent, and there are opportunities to transfer within the company.
Unit Clerk in Toronto, ON
on 20 November 2021
Stay away from 2LM
Horrible experience. Hired to work in 2LM department. Insufficient training provided, processes are not properly explained. I was expected to know how to work alone in the unit after a week. I was made to feel incompetent for wanting more than 5 days training. Management is awful, including head nurse and senior admin staff. They will talk about your performance amongst themselves, in an in professional manner while you and others can clearly hear their conversation. Do not take notes to help you prepare because apparently that is wrong. I truly don’t think the staff even care about the patients they are supposedly taking care of. Any form of kindness or customer service skills you exhibit towards patients or their families was unwelcome. I learned after from other staff that this department has a problem holding on to their admin staff and it is clear why. I have many years experience in customer service based and management roles and this was the most horrendous job I have ever had.

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