The patient service centers that are not on site are lacking in office technology. Computers are outdated, faxing antiquated, training staff is so far behind the times. I've never used so much paper in my life.
Analyst (Former Employee) – Manchester, NH – June 12, 2017
This workplace is riddled with problems. First, the attendance policy is a joke. One of my coworkers was ill and was admitted to this hospital, and they counted the absence against her. Doctor's notes mean nothing here, they do NOT care about your well being. Also thirty cent raises or less every year. Not worth it. Plus creepy doctors that prey on employees. Not an ideal workplace.
A typical day at work in the AM is more fast paste, back and forth and a lot of work to keep you busy, and I love it. While in the PM its more slow and easy going. But it also depends on how smooth the AM was, so if it was crazy in the morning, you best believe that there's going to be a lot of work to do in the night A.K.A (second shift)
I learn that you should never limit yourself. Always be open-minded and willing to learn and try new things.
Management is always on time with your personal information and always reminding you about your work appointments etc.
The most enjoyable part is helping my co-workers and us just working as a team, that makes me happy and I feel like I accomplished something at the end of the night, you know what they say! "DREAM WORK MAKES THE TEAMWORK "
I tell everyone I know not to use the ER. Patients are treated like animals. The place is dirty and you work hard with no recognition with a 2% increas which is the max. They are the lowest paying hospital for the amount of work you do.
If your looking for a company that values its employees.. KEEP LOOKING
Entry Level (Former Employee) – Main Campus – May 7, 2016
After years of consistent change in its leadership, its the employees who suffer the consequence of the poor and ever changing leadership! Not what is was. Benefits annually get worse and worse with increase in costs and deduction in services offered. Compensation adjustments at a mere 3% if you are an employee who kisses enough rump. If you're like the majority of the staff please enjoy the 2% meets expectations increase which will not even make up for the difference in the increase in benefit costs. Sure they offer a wide variety insurance options from Long term disability, Short term disability, vision, dental and medical..... but you only make out with medical if you don't mind having your peers know you business as it is strongly suggested (PUSHED) that you have services at the facility. After nearly 10 years of service, a member of senior management shared that longevity is a thing of the past and all employees are replaceable. If you have RN behind your name, well this is a different path! You can do no wrong, you'll get all the attention and according to this organization you are the only ones that matter! Annual adjustments to stay competitive in the market and an over the top celebration for ONLY nurses during nurses week. It is clear that senior leadership believes that only nurses are important in this organization..... unless... you happen to be a nurse who works off site!! Well then you will enjoy being swept under the carpet!!!
There are no perks unless you believe the 30% discount for medical services is a perk
This organization is run by the CFO and not the CEO
Team leader shipper/reciever (Current Employee) – Manchester nh – September 13, 2015
I have worked here for over 6 years and have worked my way up from a lower level job to a management level. Great organization for advancement as well as trying new things. Very consistent hours and pay. benefits are pretty good include many discounts at other business as well as discounts on medical costs. I enjoy working here a lot for the community of the workers as well as the organization.
LNA (Former Employee) – Manchester, NH – June 16, 2015
This hospital has very poor leadership and there is never enough staff to meet the patients needs. There is always a need for staff to stay over because there is not enough to go around. This floor is a Cardiac floor but you rarely get Cardiac patients.This floor was horrible and very dirty.
The job flow of a Culinary Assistant is very accessible dailey routine. My co- workers are all very fun and generous people to be around, however i feel under looked by management in efforts to allow my benefits.In my three years of service to Catholic Medical Center Kitchen staff my applications to advance to full time and receive benefits for Earn time, and medical assistance have been denied.