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What is the company culture at Vancouver Island Health Authority?

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Not a pleasant enviornment. This is a very negative, bullying environment. Orientation for the position was laughable! - Six different employees all with their own version of how the job is to be done. Cliquey and backstabbing. Management is a joke. Read the report on the toxic environment beforehand.

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Typical Union environment. Understaffed and underpaid. Staff or supervisors not held accountable for there actions. Manager on site but not in department aware of daily issues. Culture very negative, typical for NRGH. Casual staff have a hard time finding enough work so they work in multiple departments. Staffing Service struggles with completing their assignments which affects the whole hospital. Very challenging place to work if you’ve never been in this type of environment. Technician-Nanaimo

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Overworked, underpaid

Answered - Registered Nurse, BScN (Former Employee) - Victoria, BC

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Patient care is a priority.

Answered - Licensed Practical Nurse - Casual (Current Employee) - Victoria, BC

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