Unity Health Toronto Employee Reviews
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Some nice staff there, but a lot of unprofessional behaviour. Values do not align with their profession at all, half the staff is strained and stressed the other acts completely unprofessional, and unbecoming of the profession.
I managed a fantastic dedicated IT support team, however, management was toxic! Played favorites, did not take recommendations for change or advise - insisted their way was the only way to do the job. Could not talk in what they considered brainstorming sessions, could only listen to the director and not provide any suggestions or even talk! I was hired to implement change and to revamp their systems, ended up managing a support team and had no real authority or support to implement change management or improvements
Excellent workplace culture with approachable management and constant professional support. Great learning environment with great opportunities for professional growth.
I worked at St. Michael's Hospital for a year and it was a wonderful experience. Taught me a lot about time management and working as a team to get patients the best care possible. It is a wonderful institution to work for.
there is a work culture at SMH. It's basically a healthcare facility, therefore, it is complex and fast-paced. If you want to move up it can be difficult depending on many social and institutional factors.
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A very multicultural work environment, with friendly staff and good management. Benefits are great and pay is good as well. There’s lots of room to excel and good part time job for students.
Lots of room for advancement and flexible schedules.
Takes lots of years to get a full time position
The culture of people at St. Joe’s is a nice culture. Staff are friendly and get along for the most part. The pay could be better, as everything else around us is inflating but the salary. It’s not conducive with the standard of living in the GTA.
Co-workers are great and make it a good place to go to work everyday. However the hospital as a whole does not care about their staff or workplace conditions. Depending on which unit you work in, the place is a dump and full of workplace hazards. And when you tell someone about something that needs to be fixed, nothing happens. Call maintenance for ANYTHING, even an emergency where you state that something BAD is going to happen if they don't come fix the hazard ASAP, and not a single person will come.
Working at Providence was a good experience. I really got the feel of what it was like to be in nurses show and learn what they do. Also, working at Providence gave me a chance to think about my next step in life. which is my career goal.