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    Great company with little appreciation for business smart individuals

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    I worked at University Health Network full-time


    Great work life balance. Great benefits and a very stable place to work with job security. Change is slow which some people like.


    Professional growth in non-healthcare business lines is very slow. Business and strategic input is not appreciated if you are not a medical faculty graduate. MD's think they can run the business and do not give value to business background individuals. Loyalty is respected over honest conversations which are tough.

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    If you hire experts in the field then take their advice as it might help organization maximize the earning potential. Medical professionals are very smart and knowledgable in their field but when it comes to running business, they have a blind spot so use other business experts.

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University Health Network Interviews

Updated 5 Oct 2014
Updated 5 Oct 2014

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    I applied online. The process took 2 weeksinterviewed at University Health Network.

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    Initial communication was done via email. Interview was scheduled a week later. Interviewer was pleasant and friendly and tried to make me at ease. UHN has a very formal set-up but everyone, from the volunteers to the staff was very friendly. I'd gotten disoriented about the location and approached a number of staff to guide me and they did so readily.
    The whole interview lasted for about 45 minutes. There were standard questions and also situational questions.
    Interviewer walked me through the door and also passed me her business cards without me asking. What a great environment for working andy volunteering

    Interview Questions
    • The most difficult question was the situational question on what am I going to do if a man walked up to me and said that he had only a few months left to live.   Answer Question
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Headquarters Toronto, Canada
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1912
Type Hospital
Industry Health Care
Revenue ₹100 to ₹500 billion (INR) per year
Competitors Unknown

With a long tradition of groundbreaking firsts and a vision of achieving global impact through exemplary patient care, research and education, the University Health Network (UHN), Canada’s largest research teaching hospital, brings together some of the world’s top medical, research and clinical specialists.

The University Health Network, frequently ranked among Canada’s...

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