Vernon Jubilee Hospital Employee Reviews
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After being involved with many departments, I have seen and found many ladies are rude and create drama, and treat coworkers unprofessionally. The low level management is terrible as well, they don't do much except boost their own "bonuses" . As they all get one if they come in under budget! I have never seen such catty women in action in all my life. Yet; the nurses do their jobs very well. I would like to see some action taken against the low level minions.
This is a care as a profession field, many staffs have been there for most of their working careers and have a wealth of experience to draw from. Be prepared for shift work and long hours and overtime. Be physically prepared for some heavy work and the repeated tasks of the day.
It is an extremely high paced and demanding job. I thrive in pressure situations where I have to think on my feet. The job requires that I multi-task and prioritize my duties on a continual basis. I enjoy working in a team environment with patients, doctors, nurses, porters, and many other health care professionals.
I am always learning and every day brings new challenges.
I am a casual employee and therefore is financially straining.
* Take all the shifts that you can during the summer and spring, because fall and winter are very slow months and not many available shifts.
Excellent knowledgable staff to work with.
Don't see a lot of the advanced therapies such as ECMO and HFOV.
Inventory was checked to ensure all departments had their medical supplies each day. Budgets were continually considered along with quality of items for different situations. Vendors were always communicative with new and improved items at great costs for the good of medicine. Very medically qualified buyers and clerical staff.
Could empathize with the ill and see progression
hard to see terminally ill patients and sad families
Expect work load to increase due to expansions and job cut backs with no pay increase. Mostly rotating shifts (5/3, 5,2) for full timers. Union dues, parking and other deductions really add up for a smaller pay cheque. Employee recognition is not in the budget along with many other things not being in the budget. Unionised, don't expect wage increases, but decreases. Be a hard worker or be a horrible worker, you're not going to get promoted nor demoted or fired. Decent paying go nowhere job. Top heavy with plenty of highly paid management.
benefits for full timers
work environment revolves around money and budgets
This hospital has now completed the new Tower and has state of the art equipment and facilities to help patient care