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A trial will convince you ,covenant health is a good place to work at as both the workers and the administrators are welcoming.
However though covenant health is an interesting company to work at,its also challenging to deal with some of the patients especially those that are undergoing mental rehabilitation.Thus a worker at this kind of facility needs to be on the alert at all times to make sure the patients are safe which is a little bit stressful but still worth it.
been with the company since 2009-2010 every year it gets worse no vacations approved always short staffed old broken equipment management only cares about themselves work load is not attainable violent patients demanding families harassing staff poorly trained staff hiring practices are a joke they always complain there is no money in the budget yet the managers and office staff always have assistants they dont support front line workers food quality is a joke they always cheap out on med supplies and get poor quality or run out of stock all the time its an unsafe work environment in many ways the pay is ok and decent benefits and managers loose your documents never around will not answer calls or emails
Great place to work. Great leadership. I love the fact that they also have a great social committee. I also love the fact that they offer a staff exercise center to stay healthy and active.
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This faith-based organization promotes inclusion, but if you don’t fit their mold of a healthcare professional in your department they will find a way to get you to quit or transfer. Stress with no help, or leadership. Not worth the disrespect. You’ll leave this place with mental health issues. If you have a life time of experience and middle aged, start somewhere at the top. But then again rinse, recycle, repeat.
The job was very fast paced, very much enjoyed the position itself. The management however were very unapproachable, player very obvious favorites among staff. It can be very cliquey. Advancement is supposed to be in senority as per the union, but time and time again the managers would play favourites and advance at their discretion not as per policy, making it hard to advance
Racist, narrow mentality management. Completely unethical employment practices. They are completely disengaged from the mission and vision of the corporate and are NOT even trying to be a reflection of the values Covenant Health claims to be following. Stay away from working at this hospital if you want a piece of mind.
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I love my job as I get to interact with people of different traits. Working in a fast paced environment is always awaited on our part and has a enthusiastic moments. Our tribe is always ready to help the masses as it is the proficient part of their job.
Very cordial environment
Overall a difficult place to work at. Departments operate as independent silo's and the inter department communication is poor. Command and control is the dominant management style. HR covers up when needed. The people who work in the facilities do provide decent patient care; but as an employer, you are a line item on an expense report.
Management is the worse. They will put you under the bus if you complain or report to union. You should say yes all the time and be their servant. There is minimum chance to advance or getting full time position
Bad management and politics among the worker
I am a Stores Attendant at the Grey Nuns Community Hospital and Misericordia Community Hospital. My acting Supervisor uses me as his casual in between the Grey Nuns and the MIS; because I know every job in between. I was trained in shipping and receiving, the driver position, which is also the delivery person within the hospital, this person delivers items that the couriers deliver to the hospital, and also the Stores position of course. I have been a casual with Covenant Health since Dec. of 2015. Recently a position became available within our department because an employee accepted another position at the MIS. This person has only been in the position for a couple of months or less than. So the job was not re posted and awarded to another casual within our department. This casual has not even been in our department for a couple of months and it was awarded to her. My supervisor did not even let me know that she was awarded the position. I had to find out from my fellow employees that this person was awarded the position. I am not only upset by this, but also offended. My supervisor has always told me to keep trying and that I would get the position next time. He's always said "next time" which has given me false hope. He knows that I want a full time position and that has always been my goal. My other employees are also upset that I did not get this position as well. I believe that this is a personal attack against me as my supervisor and I have had an argument several times about how he runs our department, how he treats others, and his professionalism. The number one - plus...
Supervisor doesn’t care.
Working in a hospital environment can be dark in itself but while I was there was social atmosphere was toxic. Mandatory overtime, short staffed all the time and a fear culture pressured new casual employees into taking bad shifts for a hope at getting fulltime. As far as Peace Officer positions go its one of the lowest paying in the province. Some of the Officers were great people, who loyally dedicated themselves to an organisation that didn't seem to appreciate it. When I asked for new uniforms, I was given shirts with rips in them and old pants. Most of the equipment on the duty belts are self bought as supplies for new officers were limited. Office furniture was held together with ductape. Stat pay was alright and there was flexibility to take breaks and snack when you were able. Its also a great opportunity for young people looking to enter the industry to gain your status. There are not many training opportunities, but you'll get the hands on work experience that will lead you to other future opportunities. Its also a great place for casual part time work. If your an experienced officer/sheriff looking to pick up some hours throughout the month to fund a vacation or pay bills its great and generally low commitment. Again, considering it is a hospital, if blood, urine or death makes you queezy you probably should consider another organisation.
good stepping stone, good for part time/ casual work, lots of downtime
cold management, no training or advancement, bad equipment, high risk, low pay
poorly run department with management having zero LE experience. Union CUPE 2111 is useless as they don't care about representing the officers who only make up 40 members out of 700+ house keepers and other janitorial staffs.
The organization had every intention on working as efficiently as possible, but a lack of clear financial certainty (based on government policy), it made for uncertainty when planning for the future. There are some great people in the organization and some great ideas, however, there is a lack of execution
Good pay, amazing benefits, and the right ethical intent
lack of long-term certainty, lack of understandable hierarchy
I received 2 days of “training” for a very demanding office job with a very demanding boss. Training involved preparing for 3 imminent events/meetings. No training for all the corporate demands. My boss expected me to overcompensate for her lack of communication. Only co-worker only cared about making herself look good to higher ups and sat on her a** when it came to shared duties. A “trainer” was brought in at the final hour just before completing probation - apparently actually there to assess what I didn’t yet know. Prior to leaving employment, the atmosphere in the office was so tense from boss I experienced severe anxiety and went on stress leave. I had no intention of returning to that unhealthy environment and did not.
Good salary and benefits
No support, very unhealthy environment