Pros: free coffee, tea, hot chocolate, hsa
Cons: sometimes so busy you don't even get breaks, management ungrateful, too corporate. stuck in a cubicle all day.
People used to rave over working for OSF. The only people who get any kind of recognition is RN's and Physician. Everything has to make their life easier even if it makes the low totem pole people work harder. Got a 14 cent raise after a year employment. This year we get a bonus but last year we didn't. You would think with all the charity they give out to the needy that they would actually pay their employees and treat them with respect. All they do is complain about what isn't getting done instead of appreciating what does get done. High turnover, they expect employees to double workload for same pay but won't allow overtime. Extremely stressful. Constant insurance hike premiums. Tons of corporate issues, low employee morale. Everything goes when you go corporate. People used to love their jobs and now they can't stand them. Sad to see such a great hospital and cause go down the tubes to men in suits. So it goes. You accrue a ton of sick time but cannot access it unless you use all PTO even with physician's letter.