Overall reviews at Trillium Health Partners
Work Life and culture
Well compensated but inconsistent in hours
Not all departments have good work life balance schedule. Some team leads are reasonable and some are not.
Politics in union environment
Ok place to work
Management is unresponsive. You have to consistantly be on them to get back to you for simple things. Staff is friendly. Part time employees have zero benefits, no sick days or vacation days.
Clinical Supervisor | Canada
| Nov. 28, 2019
A fast paced environment which requires competency and efficiency
A fast paced environment which requires competency and efficiency. Learnt that hard work requires time management and patience. Workplace culture is one which promotes respect
Great place to work
Nice people to work with. Mind your own business and you will be fine. Management is okay. There is always chances to move up in the company and you can move around from one hospital to another for work.
Excellent place to work and learn each day.
It has been a privilege working for Trillium Health Partners. I enjoyed my work as a Teaching Assistant and part of the Training team for Epic Software Implementation and Support. It was a valuable experience during the Epic Go live process and thereafter for 2 months providing hands-on support for the Health care staff and Providers in M,C and Q sites of THP.
I would love another opportunity to be a part of this pioneering organization.
ProsGood work culture, safe and hygienic practices during the pandemic.
ConsShifts were long but not tiresome as we were quite busy and enthusiastic.
Good company hard to achieve a full time position great workers great atmosphere difficult to secure a permanent position
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Tough work environment
competitive. Always have to watch your back. This is newly merged organization so there is no stability. Stressful environment with constant changes to management.
Good Place to work
Great staff, patient focused. Desire to advance quality improvement in medicine. Health focused. Team based. Large organization. Committment to excellence in health.
Productive and fun place to work.
Working in ICU, is worth it. But it's not the icu that you night know. it's a very heavy unit, too much lifting, boosting. it's a place were an injury can start.
Productive and learned a number of skills required for a RPN
- Met a number of clients from all walks of life and with different type
of illnesses. As there were a number of admissions and discharges
I learned about those procedures. I learned many nursing skills
which I have mentioned in my resume.
- Co-workers were helpful and willing to teach the students
- The most enjoyable part was seeing the clients happy and appreciative of the care I have provided.
Proslearning about different types of illnesses