Avis d'employé sur Island Health
Intentions are solid
It takes connections in IH to get a job there or to move up. Their interview check list is demeaning and usually irrelevant . I have seen so many incredible practitioners not get jobs because they didn’t use the right language (literally the right word) during an interview. Management positions are often held by professionals from other disciplines that have no relevance to the team they are leading my first week there I was put in my most challenging ethical dilemmas of my career only to find out that the staff, team lead and managers were aware and were covering it up
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Équilibre vie professionnelle / personnelle
Salaire / avantages sociaux
Sécurité de l'emploi / évolution de carrière
Flexible, decent pay, lots of work, promote education/training
Lateral violence, unqualified management, disorganized
As a casual community support worker, you have to be available on the days and times you say you are. No time off in summer for any reason other than illness. And you have to be available one weekend day every week. You also do not know your schedule until approximately 4pm the day before and changes can be made until 8 pm. But they are a fair company and I do enjoy the work.
The management of the community sector or island health in the Oceanside area is doing a great job of trying to keep their employees.., I feel accepted and I feel that as I am learning how to work in this setting, my supervisor is very supportive.Scheduling is a nightmare! Never enough staff, lots of revised schedules.The work is fair and fun and very rewarding.