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Small town rural location with a good international team, team nursing oriented, with dynamic and a vast array of patient diagnoses. An excellentstarting point for any nurse. Some limitations on the location and access to care/education
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Really enjoy working with the nurses and other staffing at the clinic. Good people to work with that make the workload less stressful. Benefits are good, continuous learning in regards to health, public and emergency situations.
Upper management treats you like a number, not a person. If there are issues with your pay you have to fight to get it resolved. It took me a month and a half! Payroll acted as if it were no big deal. $1800.00 is a big deal to me! Staff are overworked, looked down upon and worked to exhaustion, but then put on attendance management if the work life makes you I'll. If I could find something else, I'd be gone in a heartbeat!
Great staff, good wages
No full time positions, poor upper management
Was a great job for me. Of course the actual workers get the budget cuts, no OT and no say in how things should be done/ be done efficiently. To many cooks in the kitchen sort of speak
Great work life balance
A lot of lazy co workers.
I have worked for AHS in a non-union position for over 8 yrs and in that time have had no increase due to government and senior leadership cost cutting, while unionized positions and senior leadership have year over year seen between 1-3% increases. New staff is also hired at higher salaries (current market rates) while those who have been dedicated employees have gotten no recognition or cost of living increases. A lot of non-union employees work second jobs just to make ends meet. Workloads tend to increase above what staff are able to reasonably manage due to the cost cutting.
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The job itself is quite good. But don't ever speak up and advocate for better care. Definitely don't criticize management. While not prohibited to do so, Management and HR will find other things and minor deficiencies to discipline you with as a way to punish people who rock the boat. Very political. Incompetent HR Advisors in the Calgary Zone. Managers are supported under any and all situations. They will actively reduce you to nothing for advocating for fairness or better patient care. .
Excellent managers. Challenging but fun to be part of the team. I have enhanced my communication and interpersonal skills through working at AHS. Great environment.
Great staff to have as co- workers, management was awesome! loved the resident very rewarding job and great environment. Great practices compared to other facilities I have worked in especially privately owned ones. Nursing staff is very attentive when a health care aide needs assistance.
Most of the day it is busy. I learned to manage my Time without compromising the QUALITY AND EFFICIENCY OF the service that I'm giving to my Patient's. The management is Fair and Supportive . Continuous Education is Encourage . Respect and Team work are observe in the workplace . On call during minus 40 degrees on Winter is the hardest part for me. Being able to deliver the highest Quality of Service to patient and be recognized by the Whole Team Including the Physicians as a role Model gave me inspiration to achieved perfection in my JOB .
As building maintenance, job is great. Corporate structure restricts efficiency of work pace. Safety policy is foremost. Staff support tools are in place. Aging structures across the organization and associated replacement of equipment and systems compromises efficiency of operation
Multiple things will happen at one time. Need to be a strong problem solver and very organized. I have been in an out of scope role for 9 years and I have never seen a raise or gratitude for the amount of work we do. In scope staff get between 1-3% yet we as their managers/directors and higher see nothing. We have a scale within our position yet are not able to move within that annually (like in-scope staff). In scope staff after 5-7 yrs of service to max out in their pay...out of scope employees do not have this advantage. Where you start...is ultimately where you end. It is sad that my staff make as much or close to what I make, yet I have a lot more responsibility, do not get paid overtime, and have to be accountable for them. (It's just sad).
Working at Alberta Health Services thought me a lot. I gained the opportunity to grow in the field, and worked with an amazing team. Each day I looked forward to going to work knowing that I’m going there to help patients.