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great place to work especially for nurses coming from out of Singapore and if you are looking for professional growth
I have worked with this company for 6 years and only left due to reason that I have to immigrate to United States if not I would have stayed for longer. CGH have taught me a great deal especially in my line of job, it provided me training, supervision, guidance and all necessary equipment I needed and my co-workers in developing our skill and making it proficient. After working with CGH I am more confident with my knowledge and skills as Nurse that I will be able to help address my patient's and community needs more effectively. Also not failing to speak off is the interpersonal relationship that I have built with my managers and co-workers during those years, they have become my strength and friends during those years and I am deeply in great debt with this company having trusted me this opportunity that I will cherish for years to come.
performance bonus twice a year, salary increase every contract renewal, Christmas bonuses, paid leaves, separation pay, free clinic visit and medication and also during accreditation time they gave bonuses, paid trainings, free lunches or buffets on so many occasions and seminar/training days.
Short breaks when really busy, under staffed at times, not really equal patient ratio at times
There's much negativity in the office culture. Management is not as engaging and the minus ones are not even suitable to be in management roles. A lot of office politics and bureaucracy that results in work being inefficient and not meaningful. Definitely not a place to work and think of career advancement.
Toxic culture, management not engaging and too much inefficiency
Pros: On-the-job training provided for my particular position. Efficient and well-supplied working environment Skills advancement encouraged and supported Cons: Hierarchical organisation and management structure Low tolerance for errors Workplace culture can become toxic at times
Company-wide policies such as benefits, bonuses, different type of leaves and exercise, team-building stuffs are pretty good as per any big organisation. Culture generally amicable. Processes generally bureaucratic but not as much as actual govt org, There are many sub-cultures even within 1 department as it can be as huge as a SME. Actual culture depends on team lead, so people who does the interview may be the ones who set the 'culture' in the team. Most management are trying hard to do employee engagement, of course there will be some that just let time pass by.
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Many Internal politics. Colleagues not so friendly, work for short period of time is no issue but long term will go crazy.Sometime they will makesoit
No proper system and management.Boss can say, employee can't say!! Once you say and argument that's the end, cos being marked. Allocation for daily jobs not so fair,whether u like or don't like still have to do.
- Learn to register visitors to ward its my first time to this job - Work Place was ok, they also have 24 hours cafe & 7-11 - hardest when have a group team that cannot work with some of them together coz they are favourism! - Fun & Enjoyable when get along with colleagues that i easily work with together can give and take.
free dinner by visitors & nurses
no good benefits
Highly recommended for staff who can work in fast paced environment. Nice working colleagues who help one another. The best part if the staff benefits like medical claims and bonus. Disadvantage too many donation drives and staff functions that uses lots of money.
Medical benefits, Family Leave and Bonus
Shift work and OT
It was tiring as we are the front-line of Healthcare. Our image really play apart in making patients having pleasant and smooth journey throughout their visit to the doctor. Therefore, serving right with smile and patience is very important.
Free lunches during some events
Long day of standing and attending to patient's enquiries
I held a typical 8.30am to 5.30pm job. It involved working with food service staff and dietitians to ensure that the inpatient meals served are the heartiest. Through my stint with CGH, I've learnt about the food service sector, as well as being a patient-centric service provider. The nature of the workplace is fast-paced but staff are generally positive and friendly towards one another, even outside the department. The hardest part of the job was to ensure 100% patient satisfaction with the meals provided, as the flavour and presentation of food is highly subjective. What I look forward to most at work was meeting my colleagues as they are pleasant, friendly and supportive, which makes any hard day at work better.
I worked in iso ward for 4 years and it was quite challenging because we had to handle all the infectious pateints of the whole hospital. Despite that, i.loved iso ward and colleages whom i met and woked with.
weekly inservice talks were very helpful in our nursing skill imporvememts
workloads were heavy and sometime very short of staffs
The hospital gives emphasis on work life balance. Care for the patient is provided in a multidisciplinary approach. There is trust and confidence in each member on the way they do their job. Increase in salary is based on merit and how well a employee functions in relation to his/her line of work.The institution also focuses on employee health by having an annual health screening. Flu shots was also given free during coldest period of the year. Choices of food are abundant with each choices providing information on calorie level. Hardest part of the job is when there are patient in respiratory isolation like H1N1, MERSCoV, where in isolation equipment must be worn and removed in a guided manner to avoid spread of viruses. The fun part is the opportunity to travel to learn during conferences.
Annual Leave are given in advance