Pros: some good people
Cons: lots of bad people
there are SOME great people working there (non-management, non-executive, non-HR, you get the picture). use this company as a platform to get a better, more respectable job elsewhere.
its mission statement is a crock. the definition of hypocrites. management, executives, etc. are deadly, deceitful, and absolutely do not live the mission. if you have a problem at work, i strongly encourage you to get a lawyer, because you will not be treated fairly, or with dignity, if you voice your concerns. in other words, expect the mission statement not to apply to you. i wish i had never worked for ministry. patients can get good care (depending), but that is not the result of the company, the organization, upper management, or mid to lower management. ministry's HR caters to: itself (of course), management, and the executives. as a non-exempt employee, here in WI which is at-will employment, and of course without unionization, you have ZERO protection. that company went downhill, kept going, fired lots of good people, spent money in odd ways, outsourced quite a bit, and still doesn't get the best ratings from patients. oh yeah, it's non-exempt employees get paid far less than other hospitals, and for some odd reason its health insurance costs the employees the highest amount in the state. look it up.