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My position as a Covid-19 Site Screener has definitely been interesting, to say the least - definitely a plus if you like dealing with people in a repetitive nature.As this project is as a result of the on-going pandemic, there is a lot of learning as you go. If you can be professional, don't mind saying the same spiel over and over, this might be the job for you.
The workplace is great, lots of patients and working with the same staff daily. You learn new skills and get to develop previous ones. Shifts can range from 8 - 12 with opportunity of working over time. Staff can be hard when working with other members of the health care team but it is very rewarding!
NFS within Central Zone of NSHA is poorly managed. Utility workers are deeply unhappy with communications of room service transition from upper management, and lower management is overworked, often being forced to do the work of utility workers due to staffing shortages that cannot be resolved until the reason behind high turnover rate is addressed.
I have worked in many departments within the NSHA and favouritism and nepotism are definitely part of the work environment. Managers micro-manage even though the majority of them never have done the lower level jobs at all.
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I've worked in BC, Manitoba, Ontario and Nova Scotia. By far the salary and work-life balance have been superior working and living in Nova Scotia. Colleagues on the work team are truly collaborative and respectful. Great salary and benefits, too.
A very good job with an excellent wage and meet lots of different people while working with different nursing units. Great job if you don't mind walking and are a people person. We are part of the NSGEU and as such get great benefit, pension and paid time off.
People are very friendly and welcoming but the pace is slow. Information and departments are quite siloed and many departments have little idea what the others are doing. Generating momentum for new initiatives is challenging.
Very busy, patient focused work place. Many changes daily. Employee's have protected benefits, wages, vacation, sick leave and job security. Can be a high stress environment.
Union contract-protections for salary, vacation, sick time, leave
Onboarding for my high-level position was awful. Management has been there so long they assume everyone automatically understands everything about the specific policy area - which in itself is horribly fragmented and disorganized on an administrative level. Instructions were vague, and help nonexistent - requests were greeted with disdain at best and open contempt at worst. The front line are dedicated and do what they need to do to help patients - but it's an administrative nightmare because everyone does things differently - holdovers from the old DHAs. Nobody wants to change, and management doesn't want to upset anyone, so nothing ever improves or changes. The whole 'system' needs to be knocked down and rebuilt as an actual system. I will NEVER work in health care again.
Dedicated frontline staff
Was very rewarding, working in a fast paced environment,dealing with various situations. Enjoyed working with patients. Very rewarding when they have a good experience with the hospital. Hardest part of the job was never having enough staff.
never having a enough staff on the desk