Individual who are seek employment with Seanda Healthcare undergo the following screening process prior to registration:
Registration of new employees is only conducted once the individuals have successfully gone through the screening phase. The individuals sign the employment contract with Seanda Healthcare and are issued with a unique employee number, upon submission of the following documentation
All Seanda Healthcare branches have a dedicated training facility, where training is conducted. Theory orientation is done over 2 days on completion of registration, to prepare the individuals for placements at the hospitals. On day 1 the introduction to Seanda Healthcare Clinical Policies and Procedures is done and also Clients’ specific Policies are incorporated. On day 2 the Medication workshop is conducted for Registered Nurses (RNs) and Enrolled Nurses (ENs). At the completion of this orientation a medication test is conducted and only those who pass the evaluation may proceed to clinical orientation.
The Clinical Training Specialist are responsible to accompany all the Nurses who are scheduled for hospital induction.
Upon the completion of Clinical orientation, the employees are now ready to be booked at hospitals to work. Our bookings department is open from 7h30-16h30 on Mondays to Fridays and available after hours on branch specific after-hours cell numbers. The employees call in to avail themselves for shifts at their preferred hospitals. Working back to back is strictly prohibited. Most of Seanda Healthcare Clients use the clocking system for time and attendance and a No Clock no pay rule applies.
Seanda Healthcare payroll runs on weekly basis on different days. Employees are expected to familiarize themselves with payroll days for their respective hospitals. The hospitals submit the hours worked on the previous week between Tuesdays and Wednesdays. All payment queries are directed to relevant branches for prompt response.
The Clinical team at each branch are responsible to investigate and feedback to hospitals all clinical incidents reported to Seanda Healthcare. The employees are advised accordingly in the event that they are involved in the incident. Depending on the seriousness of the incident, an employee might be cancelled to work until such time that the incident is resolved and the necessary correction action is completed. Incidents also include the IOD (Injury on duty) and exposure incidents, which are reportable to COIDA.