West Nipissing General Hospital
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Excellent place to work! Great managers, staff and just a great place to work! They treat their employees well and ensure all proper guidelines are adhered to!
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Management is extremely toxic. Very unsupportive of their staff. Front line workers are unappreciated and treated poorly. Would not recommend ever working here. I just worked there for 3 years and it was horrible. Management needs to be replaced. Also a very high turnover rate of psw/rpn
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Small facility
Cons
Short staffed, poor leadership
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I loved my student placement here. Great staff, well organized and always willing to answer questions. if I lived closer id totally try and get a position there.
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Bilingual Health Care facility located in Northern Ontario. Workplace delivers a family atmosphere in the employee-employer relationship. Excellent patient care provided by dedicated individuals.
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Everyone knows everyone.
Cons
Limited advancement.
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was not the best work experience. Management provides poor training and not the best performance review processes.
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pay
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management
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•Knowledge of the Collective Agreements, CUPE and ONA.•I was in charge of managing staff and calling them in when required. A large part of my duties were communicating with staff, sometimes in person and mostly over the phone. A staffing officer is responsible for staffing of specific nurses in a health care facility.•Created schedules, assignment sheets.•Reviewed and reported nursing hours daily from assignment sheets, ensuring accuracy of input for payroll. Maintained vacation log for part time employees. Responsible for payroll for some of the senior management group.•Cooperated and consulted with other departments within the company.•Demonstrate a high level of professionalism and confidentiality.
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