Clerical Associate in Brampton, ON
I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Osler. I met some amazing life long friends. I was shown compassion, and how to handle things. I encountered some difficult situations that ultimately prepared me to handle my personal life trauma with much more ease. My manager was quite amazing, and although some say she is Military-like, I think the units she managed needed that stern personality. She was/is incredible.
They take money from you they shouldn't!!
After working there for 33 1/2 years I had paid vacation time clawed back from me. Also had to ask for pandemic pay that should of being given to me without having to ask. Had to also ask for uniform allowance that should of automatically been paid. Alot of errors with pay in general.
RN Staff Nurse in Brampton, ON
Good pay and benefits but toxic work culture
The level of nepotism at this place is unreal. Managers and directors hire their friends and bully those who don't fall in line. A whole team confided in HR about being bullied by their incompetent manager and absolutely nothing was done. If you're not unionized at this place you better keep quiet and not challenge the status quo. HR is NOT there to support you. Don't work there.
Supervisor in Toronto, ON
Culture needs an overhaul
Management heavySLT not trustedLeadership not transparentAgendas are personal Great place that has great people who are mismanaged. No performance reviews or improvement plans for those who really need them.
Nurse in Brampton Civic Hospital
Don't work here
This used to be a great place to work until the last few years.
Management's sole focus is on the numbers that make them look good. Perhaps then they can justify paying themselves higher.
Never mind about the impact on patient care or staff, those are not important at all. So, don't believe all the public proclamations of its services. Talk to Insiders and patients to get the truth. Brampton Civic Hospital has been in the news for patient deaths more so than other hospitals for good reasons.
Management, managers and directors (don't know if this initiative is from the executives), pushes employees to cut corners to meet targets. If you try to stand up to it, management will make life miserable for you. I have seen outspoken employees being shuffled out to roles that they are not trained or given work schedules that they could not live with. Many of them, to avoid breakdowns, just quit. If you go on mat leave and you are one of the outspoken one, don't expect to get back to your old job. Management will find a way to force you to resign.
This is how management thinks of staff. Management monitors every movement you make. The hospital has a clock in system that is similar to that in use by Dollarama. You get dock or being late even for a minute.
If you call in sick three times in a year, you are put under 'supervision'. for 12 months. They think that you are skiviing if you are sick three times in a year.
I am glad to be retiring soon. Can't put up with the bs. Work here at your own risk. They force you to do things their way, yet when something goes wrong, they will make you the scapegoat. Read between the lines of the cases reported in the news and you can see what I mean.
This is NOT an organization that you want to work in. It needs a complete shakeup of the entrenched senior executives