Mount Sinai Hospital
Mount Sinai Hospital employees

Recognized as one of Greater Toronto's Top Employers (2016)

Here are some of the reasons why Mount Sinai Hospital was selected as one of Greater Toronto's Top Employers (2016):

  • Employees working at Mount Sinai Hospital's main site can take advantage of a number of onsite amenities, including a nap room, a cafeteria with healthy and special diet menus, and free access to an onsite fitness facility featuring instructor-led classes such as yoga
  • In addition to the organization's regular health benefits plan, Mount Sinai Hospital manages a number of in-house initiatives that focus on the physical and emotional well-being of employees -- the hospital also maintains a healthy workplace ambassador committee, which is responsible for organizing employee input on related program design
  • Mount Sinai Hospital manages an academic scholarship program to support children of employees who are interested in post-secondary studies (to $1,000)
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Industry Hospitals
Established in Canada 1923
Major Canadian hiring locations Toronto ON
Full-time employees in Canada 2,344
Part-time employees in Canada 1,079
Average age of employees in Canada 43.94
Longest serving employee 42.5 years
Long-term savings defined-benefit (DB) pension
Health plan premium as part of the health plan, the employer pays up to 75% of the premiums
Alternative work options flexible work hours, shortened work week (fewer hours with less pay), compressed work week
Vacation allowance new employees receive 2 weeks of paid vacation after their first year on the job
Outside survey period outside consultant surveys are held every 24 months
In-house training initiatives apprenticeship/skilled trades programs, in-house training, online training, leadership training, mentoring, paid internships
Scope of charitable involvement local, national, international
Employee charitable involvement employees are involved in selection of charities

Recognized as one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers (2016)

Here are some of the reasons why Mount Sinai Hospital was selected as one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers (2016):

  • Mount Sinai Hospital launched the "Are You an an Ally" campaign to educate the broader workforce on how to act as an ally for persons with mental health and addictions issues, racialized people, people with physical disabilities, LGBT people, and people who are trans, intersex, and two spirit -- is also planning to roll-out the campaign to include gender (women), Aboriginal peoples and seniors
  • Mount Sinai Hospital is currently in the process of implementing provisions to its new Gender Identity Policy, which features guidelines on the fair treatment of all trans, intersex and two-spirit patients and staff
  • Mount Sinai Hospital manages an Anti Homophobia-Transphobia Action (AHA) subcommittee, which is responsible for creating a welcoming environment for LGBT staff and patients -- the committee hosts monthly meetings and plans annual events to strengthen connections to community organizations and groups
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"Sinai Health System is accustomed to winning awards and accolades... for our research, our clinical work and for our wonderful organization. But, winning the award for diversity is the achievement for which we are so proud... we believe that our focus on diversity and inclusion makes us a much better organization... not just for those of us who work here... but for our patients who receive care from us. This focus on diversity is not a fad for us, or a one off initiative... it is at the core of our values." Joan S., Executive Vice President, Finance and Chief Operations Officer

Highlights

Industry Hospitals
Major Canadian hiring locations Toronto ON
Full-time employees in Canada 2,344
Workforce representation female employees (81 %), female managers (67 %), visible minority employees (39 %), visible minority managers (24 %), Aboriginal employees (.33 %), Aboriginal managers (.5 %)
Diversity programs for disabilities, women, visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples, LGBT, mental health and addictions
Formal commitment human rights and health equity committee, anti homophobia-transphobia action subcommittee, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act planning committee
Unique diversity initiatives Leading Equity training program, Are You an Ally? awareness campaign, support for internationally educated nurses (in collaboration with CARE, the Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses)
Diversity community partnerships CareerBridge (internships for new Canadians), Skills International, Job Opportunity Information Network (persons with disabilities), University of Toronto (summer mentorship program for Black and Aboriginal high school students)

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