Culture of mistrust, especially with management.
Is it perfect, no. But I really do like it there. I feel like I am heard. There is a speak up culture in the nursing departments and I don’t feel retaliated against when I speak up. There is plenty of more work to do, but we are certainly going in the right direction.
Not a good safe work environment
Posting jobs just under the hours that you will have full benifits so you will have to pay tons,for your insurace
Its so sad the direction peacehealth is going
I have lots more to say but will at a later time
Former long time employee
Carcinogenic? You're better off smoking unfiltered cigarettes by the dozen than what you'll experience in the supply chain department at their headquarters. Rumor-mongers, bullies, con artists, and passive aggressive-types rule the day - and don't you forget it! And don't take issue with anything either or you'll instantly transform from star performer to persona non grata. I urge, beg, plead, and demand that you look elsewhere. If you need any semblance of leadership, then look further. The turnover is incredibly high and the management takes no responsibility or faces any accountability for it. Oh, and don't try to suggest ways to make life better even if those ways are scientific fact - you'll only paint a target on your back. I hope that this has been clear and informative. Godspeed...
If you work at Peacehealth Vancouver, you can expect a snake of a manager, "M.S.", and a culture of mistrust, distrust and backstabbing.
Toxic work environment, tolerance of bullies and no real desire from management to change the culture to promote better patient outcomes and less staff burnout.
Many staff good to work with but culture tolerates long term entrenched negative staff who bully others, management appears incapable of addressing and tolerates this.Due to this high turnover.
At peace harbor florence If you don't fit into their click you'll be pushed out. Theres Nothing to do there so employees make drama
Patient-focused, then employee-focused. Management was very good at keeping us all informed of decisions and changes.
Doctors are over-worked and stretched too thin