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I thoroughly enjoyed my experiences working in the OT department. There were many opportunities for learning, which was often encouraged by management. Management had a very collaborative and team-focused view instead of a Therapist and assistant view. Everyone had worth and valid ideas. Turn over is fairly high, however.
Excellent leadership culture exists here. However, it is a highly unionized clinical environment. There is a work-life-family balance. Job security is assured, salary package isn't bad but could be better especially for managers since they are 'Out of Scope' and no union to fight for them in terms of benefits. Job culture is great as it remains zero tolerance to workplace bully and the like.
As a nurse, I can't imagine starting my career anywhere other than the Alberta Children's Hospital. The staff are amazing, the facility is incredible and caring for kids has been such a blessing.
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If you are in this industry you know the deal. Management in a large organization like Alberta Health services is a mixed bag. Most supervisors have little to no actual management experience or training. For central zone EMS anyway.
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Fast paced and each day is never the same. Wonderful learning new skills from all types of staff. You must be able to deal with many types of personalities and sometimes it can be very challenging. Very rewarding career for the most part
I don't have anything good today except that the frontline workers, the ones in the ambulances (where I work) are the backbone of this company. we are treated poorly, unjust and poorly equipped for the tasks that we are asked to do. be a firefighter or police officer instead.
Good wages and benefits. Permanent employees over 20 hours/week have access to Pension, RRSP, Personal Days off and Health Spending Account. Unfortunately, permanent full-time vacancies are uncommon now, leaving departments to work shorthanded in the name of cost-cutting. I’ve worked with AHS for almost 4 years, interviewed for about 10 permanent full-time positions during that time, but ended up working in a series of temporary and casual contracts. With the implementation of ConnectCare, fewer Admins will be needed to cope with the currently cumbersome workload.