University Health Network

Working at University Health Network: company overview and reviews

University Health Network
University Health Network
4.1
184 reviews
University Health Network ratings
4.1
Average rating of 184 reviews on Indeed
3.9Work-life balance
3.7Pay & benefits
3.6Job security & advancement
3.6Management
3.8Culture
Headquarters
Toronto General Hospital 200 Elizabeth St. Toronto Ontario M5G 2C4
Employees
10,000+
Revenue
$1B to $5B (USD)
Industry
Health Care

Popular jobs at University Health Network

 Average salarySalary range
Registered Nurse
25 salaries reported
$39.45
per hour
$19.70-$63.60
Scientist
2 salaries reported
$152,000
per year
$63,000-$266,000
Psychiatrist
1 salary reported
$312,500
per year
$113,000-$576,000
Administrative Assistant
5 salaries reported
$21.83
per hour
$10.90-$35.30
Project Manager
7 salaries reported
$94,065
per year
$47,000-$142,000
Salary satisfaction
66%
of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 150 reviews

University Health Network reviews

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Overall reviews at University Health Network

5.0
COLLEGE PLACEMENT - MEDICAL ADMINISTRATIVE STUDENT | Toronto, ON | May 23, 2014
Engaging and productive field placement
Excellent place to gain new skills and meet wonderful people. I enjoyed my time at the University Health Network.
3.0
Information Technology Manager | Toronto, ON | Jul. 5, 2016
The organization is motivated by revenue generating
However, the non-profit organization can not be motivated by revenue generated, unless is a business oriented. It is a great company to work for, but not with the current management style: work more hours with no extra pay - no work-home balance.
5.0
Human Resources Intern | Toronto, ON | Apr. 10, 2016
Productive and supportive work environment with opportunities to grow
Full-cycle recruitment for Volunteer Resources, delivered bi-monthly training, coordination between two hospitals.
1.0
Volunteer | Toronto, ON | Sep. 17, 2013
Too slow-paced
Very slow paced, not enough urgency, work environment lacked daily goals.
5.0
Nutrition Services | Toronto, ON | Mar. 17, 2013
Overall a good place and company to work for.
It is a stable job and the benefits are excellent. I worked with them for about 17 years. I supervised about 10 to 15 unionised employees at a given time and I enjoy working with people. The management were good and helpfull. When staff report sick and replacement was difficult. Unionised workforce and caution was always required because one does not want to regularly deal with union issues, because it will effect productivity. The challenge to put out the food on time and to constantly look for ways to work smarter productivity increases inspite of this being a union workforce.
Prosthere was free time to complete other work, and always got my lunch and other breaks.
Conssometimes long hours and being a workaholic i strive and overwork.
5.0
Biomedical Engineer | Toronto, ON | Oct. 18, 2012
Supportive staff members and healthy work environment
I worked as a coop intern for the UHN. I thoroughly enjoyed this experience and was overwhelmed with the support I received from the staff and supervisors.
5.0
Research Student | Toronto, ON | Mar. 10, 2019
Very inspiring work environment where world class research is conducted
I learned a lot during my time at UHN. Met world class physicians and worked alongside Medical students and undergraduate students in conducting research in the cardiovascular surgery fields of study.
4.0
Communications Assistant | Toronto, ON | Jul. 7, 2017
Excellent student placement
I was here on a student placement. As a Communicative Disorders Assistant student, I felt very welcomed by the staff and team I was working with. It provided me with an excellent experience.
5.0
Director of Pharmacy | Toronto, ON | Feb. 2, 2018
Workplace culture
Workplace culture at this organization has been very different from now, and is deteriorating rapidly. In the last 3 years many people left organization, and this trends is accelerating.
3.0
Project Manager | Toronto, ON | Nov. 10, 2016
Attention to detail and strong problem solving skills.
Attention to detail and strong problem solving skills. Great environment if you are a mature person caring for healthcare and patient safety.

Questions and answers about University Health Network

Do i need a car
Asked Nov. 21, 2017
No public transit was very accesible. TTC has a direct route right to the hospital parking was provided if you did have a vehicle.
Answered Oct. 5, 2018
That depends on the job you do and where you live.
Answered Aug. 29, 2018
If someone doesn't have any experience working in a lab/research but would like the chance to and has an University degree, would this be a good place to work?
Asked Aug. 7, 2017
Yes. You could coordinate with a research scientist and work under them in a unpaid position to gain work experience.
Answered Aug. 27, 2019
But no one replies to the emails if there is any opening for research.
Answered Oct. 12, 2018
What are the perks offered by University Health Network?
Asked Mar. 21, 2017
Great benefits good paying job resourceful and reliable HR department
Answered Jan. 31, 2019
Working at UHN has so many benefits and priviledges provided to every employee in any department. Pension benefits are the most highlighted and significant upon the retirement of an employee.
Answered Jan. 24, 2019
If you were to leave University Health Network, what would be the reason?
Asked Mar. 15, 2017
Management
Answered Oct. 5, 2018
Management.
Answered Aug. 14, 2018
How is feedback from management delivered at University Health Network?
Asked Oct. 5, 2018
Quarterly Reviews. You also get a review within your first month, where they assess your progress during the onboarding.
Answered Aug. 14, 2020
Management is secretive and only finds you when you've done something wrong, never when youve gone above and beyond
Answered Oct. 5, 2018