Pros: benefits package--when offered
Cons: upper management, pay rate, work hours in relation to compensation
The upper management, i.e., CEO, HR, etc, are horrible at Blessing. While the compensation is in the fiftieth percentile, it seems decent for the area. Are there higher paying jobs in the community--yes, but those jobs often come without the healthcare and retirement packages offered at Blessing. And the benefits ALMOST make working at Blessing worthwile...that is to say, that when offered--often times Blessing will hire on an as-needed or PRN basis, to avoid having to pay these benefits, thus removing any reason to even work here. In my experience Blessing has no regard for its employees and the only thing actually valued by the upper echelon of management is money. Everything else is secondary. This means that this company will throw anyone-thing under the bus as long as it means continued profits. This also extends to hiring under-qualified people to managerial roles, in order to fill a position rather than seek out qualified individuals to fill these positions. I would warn anyone seeking employment with this organization to tread softly, and to get anything and everything in writing....after all, there is a reason the turnover rate within the hospital is so high.