Alberta Health Services

Working at Alberta Health Services: Company Overview and Reviews

Alberta Health Services
Alberta Health Services
3.9
19 reviews
Alberta Health Services Ratings
3.9
Average rating of 19 reviews on Indeed
4.1Work-Life Balance
4.2Pay & Benefits
3.9Job Security & Advancement
3.8Management
3.9Culture
Headquarter
Edmonton, AB
Employee
10,000+
Revenue
More than $10B (USD)
Industry
Health Care

Popular jobs at Alberta Health Services

 Average SalarySalary Range
Nursing Assistant
1 Salaries reported
$47,000
per year
$23,000-$71,000
Senior Technical Specialist
1 Salaries reported
$105,000
per year
$52,000-$158,000
Senior Advisor
1 Salaries reported
$100,000
per year
$50,000-$150,000
Registered Nurse
1 Salaries reported
$90,000
per year
$45,000-$135,000
Nursing Attendant
1 Salaries reported
$30,000
per year
$15,000-$45,000
Salary Satisfaction
84%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 38 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
Paid Time Off
Discounts

Alberta Health Services Reviews

Overall Reviews at Alberta Health Services

4.0
Registered Nurse - Emergency Room | Alberta, VA | Dec 11, 2018
Good employer
Mostly happy with AHS. Lots of shifts available. Lines could be more varied and it would be nice to have more flexibility with swapping shifts and having vacation approved.
4.0
Nursing Assistant | California City, CA | Aug 20, 2018
I passed bachelor in nursing
I passed bachelor in nursing with more than 4 years of work experience.i want to do work in your hospital.i will try to give best performance In your hospital
ProsFree health check up
ConsShort vaccation
2.0
Kitchen Team Member | Valleyview, OH | Sep 26, 2018
Enjoy working with the co workers whom have been there the longest
I apprenticed the knowledge and training I received from certain coworkers. I enjoyed working with others and having a great work atmosphere. I enjoyed the fast pace work. I very much liked being able to have contact with the general public and still maintain proper work ethic
3.0
Health Care Aide | Remote | Mar 7, 2020
Very stressful environment!
As HCAs, we are understaffed most of the time, very busy and not supported enough by nurses, managers and all the other numerous bosses. All these bosses force us to do more and more tasks, does not matter if we are qualified for it or not. As the work is not hard enough, there are staff members that are lazy, gossiping, bullying and harassing whoever they do not like and create a very toxic environment to work in. Especially casuals are not appreciated. Generally, there is a lot of burn out, injuries of different types, WCBs... Basically, nobody cares about our wellbeing, we are just numbers for bosses and everybody else, including some clients and their family members. Management, directors and all the other “big bosses” are overpayed and basically do not care to solve the real problems - just to leave them alone and not face any issues that need to be solved. Further cuts (in pay and jobs) are on the way, current Alberta government want to sell all the remaining nursing homes and services that are still a part of Alberta Health Services.
ProsNot sure any more.
ConsBad management, bullying and harassment at work, etc.
4.0
Environmental 1 | Alberta, VA | Feb 16, 2019
Good working environment.
Best place to work,uniforms are provided.Team work is incuraged and highly cooperative management.Fair wages and many benefits even for part-time employee.
ProsNo pressure, transparency
5.0
IT Analyst | Alberta, VA | Jun 6, 2019
Great Place to Work
Great Management. Large salaries with good benefits. After you are done your training it is really on the individual to complete all work. Good workplace culture.
ConsUnion
5.0
Dietitian | Alberta, VA | Mar 14, 2019
Amazing workplace
Worked as a clinical dietitian for 3 years. I really enjoyed the diversity of my roles and the ability to constantly learn new things. We had great multidisciplinary teams. One downfall is that as a new grad, you often have to take a position in a smaller centre outside of Edmonton or Calgary if you want a full-time job and then try to get back to the city afterward. I honestly could have seen myself working with AHS for my entire career if my husband hadn't been relocated for work. I absolutely loved my time there!
ProsPay, Coworkers, Lots of Resources

Questions And Answers about Alberta Health Services

What benefits does Alberta Health Services offer?
Asked Aug 2, 2016
Health/Dental Benefits, Flex Benefits, Pension, EAP, Union
Answered Mar 14, 2019
Unionized for permanant workers. We are part of a wonderful community.
Answered May 15, 2017
What is the interview process like at Alberta Health Services?
Asked Aug 22, 2019
Group Multiple Questions
Answered Sep 5, 2019
Over the phone and then in person Technical and HR behavioral
Answered Aug 22, 2019
What is the most stressful part about working at Alberta Health Services?
Asked May 9, 2020
Not always able to have a positive outcome for all clients.
Answered May 9, 2020
What is the work environment and culture like at Alberta Health Services?
Asked Aug 22, 2019
Team building, friendly environment
Answered Aug 22, 2019
What is Alberta Health Services sick leave policy? How many sick days do you get per year?
Asked May 15, 2017
None as a casual
Answered May 15, 2017