Accounts Payable Specialist (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – July 3, 2017
Nice place to work just lacking people. Good people are hard to find, but we do have a heavy workload and that can be one cause of lack of keeping employees. We also on use flextime, no paid holidays or sick days or PTO time so that can be difficult for some people.
pay increases, no sick days, no paid holidays only flextime earned every 80 hours
Hospitality Associate (Current Employee) – 200 E. Chestnut – June 28, 2017
i loved my job at nortons but the work enviroment was very hostile within dietary. But then job itself wasnt a bad job. i actually love working there until people didnt want to work and the supervisior act like they didnt want to work together to get the job done.
it was a constant pace.
the manager and supervisior were never on the same page and people never came to work.
Former CMA (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY Downtown office – June 25, 2017
Management is verbally abusive, manager shakes her finger in employees faces, always threatening termination if co-workers don't tattle on one another; and then if they do, they still get threatened with termination. Bullying is something I had never experienced in a workplace until this Nortons practice. Favoritism runs rampant, and if you're not one of the favorites, then your need to watch over your shoulder at all times. The employees that actually did their jobs, were the ones treated like the proverbial red headed step child, and the ones that missed work at least a day a week, bullied other employees etc...were the ones that always wound up smelling like roses. I understand Nortons is easy to gain employment, however, I wouldn't recommend them to anyone. The managers have inside tracks on each others employees, so wherever you try to escape under the Nortons umbrella, you're going to face the same obstacles. A persons place of employment is almost like a second home because of the hours spent working, however, this company is by no means a safe haven. Steer clear for your own peace of mind.
Intern (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – June 20, 2017
I was there to have patients fill out surveys based on their level of pain, ability to do certain task ect. The goal was to see which procedures did the best at improving the quality of life. All the doctors I worked with were very nice.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – May 25, 2017
I love caring for others. It makes me feel good to know i made someone smile. I rather help some else than worry about myself. Getting to know the patient and families that I worked with was definitely a plus to the job. My co-workers also made it very enjoyable.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – May 23, 2017
All though I liked working for Norton as a whole, the office I worked I. Was forever changing, all the way down to management. The old supervisor was able to come and go as she pleases, then she steps down and still does the exact same things.
System Compliance/Internal Audit (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – May 4, 2017
I had a couple different managers while I was with Norton's. The first one was great! The 2nd one, not so good. He let his manager make decisions that she was not qualified to make. He was gone a lot during the work days and nobody knew where he was or when he would be back. It was a very odd department.
Executive management is great, good pay and benefits
Seems to be one in every crowd that ruins a good thing
Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – May 2, 2017
the medical field is always changing and not every one can keep up. you must be willing to learn new protocols and build a relationship with not only your co-workers but your patients as well. leadership is key in this. while under a great leader i was able to learn a lot and grow professionally. however with a less experienced leader the exact opposite occured.
Medical Coder (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – April 29, 2017
Each day was different each day, I learned a lot about medical procedures from my Doctors. Management was Ok. The workplace was diversity. The hardest part of the job was telling patients you could not schedule them because of insurance issues. The most enjoyable part of the job was the patients
MA/LMR (Former Employee) – St. Matthews, KY – April 3, 2017
You'll love Norton Healthcare. Too many layers of management and drive their employees crazy with constant knit picking. Unqualified office managers have no one to answer to and employees have no one but said office managers to complain to because upper management only hears what they want to hear.
Radiation Therapist (Former Employee) – St. Matthews, KY – April 2, 2017
The new manager lacks the experience and skill to effectively lead her team. Whenever there is an event or situation that occurs that may make her look bad she retaliates and is creating a punitive work environment. She tends to favor the perceptions, evaluations and concerns of the female staff and tends to scrutinize the men more harshly. This place has the potential for greatness, but will continue to miss the mark and not live up to its potential.
Inexperienced leadership and punitive work environment