Account Payable Manager (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – December 2, 2015
I really enjoy working for Bethesda Health Group. The job was very challenging and my staff and Upper Management was very supportive. Also the company believed in educating their staff to further their capabilities, knowledge and skills. My management skills has really enhance through the years of working there.
As the company began to grow with new technology that mean that some processes and positions were eliminated.
Line Cook/Prep Cook (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 24, 2012
A normal work day would consist of greeting your morning coworkers that are usually very easy to get along with. Then you start your opening which usually takes 20 minutes maximum. The opening I had consisted of setting up a salad bar with food and utensils, followed by stocking the reach in refrigerator with the foods we will need daily, then turn all kitchen equipment needed for the day. The management is on a friendly level, which is good or bad. Just depends on the type of management you work best under. The hardest part of my job would be constantly receiving orders from two different managers. The most enjoyable part of my job would be all the friends I've met while being employed with the company.
free lunch, coworkers your age, and lenient schedules
bipolar supervisors, being understaffed 2-3 times a week
Great place to work, great people in management, clean and friendly environment and ultimately set goals for the elderly to live comfortably.
CNA (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 16, 2015
Enjoyed working with the staff as well as the residents. Worked one on one with patients, taking vitals, developing a trusting and respectful relationship with the patients. Always learning something new in the medical field as well as patients with long term illness. Assisted co-workers when needed in 2 person care of someone and ultimately knowing I'm needed and appreciated for the care I've given them.
hospice (Former Employee) – Hospice – April 25, 2015
I worked at Bethesda Hospice. The management does not listen or help with problem solving. The work load is higher than average for a hospice employee. For a company that has been in the "Top Companies" to work for in St. Louis, they don't treat anyone but the managers and executives well. The only enjoyable part of the job was spending time with patient's and their family members.
Maintenance technician and repair man (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 13, 2013
Great place to work and has a tremendous management team. No work day is ever the same so its great if you get bored with repetition. You work on plumbing, HVAC, electrical, and other general maintenance. Most of the work is done on commercial equipment but they also have condos that give you residential challenges and skills.
Administrative Secretary (Former Employee) – Kirkwood, MO – July 17, 2013
I loved every bit of this job. I was very versatile from helping residents with complaints to helping the director. I worked with many departments and was always willing to help any one. I did credentialing for the doctors, spreadsheet applications, mass mailings, answering phones, taking meeting minutes, arranging activities, just overall everything.