Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – VA – February 11, 2017
I loved working here with my coworkers we always worked as a team but management sucked had unrealistic goals. Starting nurse pay sucked. Cut back to meet certain budgets. Great discounts to local places
Insurance Verification Coordinator (Current Employee) – Newport News, VA – August 10, 2016
The health system is very patient focused and cares deeply about the safety and satisfaction of it's employees. I've worked for multiple departments (Patient Access, Insurance Verification, and Patient Accounting) within the health system. The staff and management in all departments that I've worked in are easy to get a long with and flexible. You are typically only required to work 1-2 holidays a year. The pay and benefits are decent. Management is approachable, fair, and always willing to assist with your career goals. Employees are treated with respect and not micro-managed.
Flexible work schedule, Friendly staff, Great management
Intake Nurse Home Care (Former Employee) – Newport News, VA – September 11, 2016
I worked for this company and management only cares about the bottom dollar. They do not care about their employees. They will work you until you cant give anymore then will tell you your more than welcome to seek employment else where. Human Resources and upper management will not listen to any complaints. Health Insurance is horrible and your forced to use their services instead of your own primary doctor.
Membership Representative (Current Employee) – Newport News, VA – August 31, 2016
I enjoy working for Riverside. The benefits are good. The compensation and room for advancement could be better. Overall, it is a good company-- just a little behind when it comes to pay and technology.
Registrar (Current Employee) – RRMC – August 8, 2016
I work in the Admitting department and spend most of my day assisting patients. This is the kind of place where you can feel like you make a difference. I've learned a lot since starting and thankful that I was given the opportunity. My department is considered entry level but will help prepare you for other jobs. Management is busy but available whenever needed. Most of the employees are there for the right reasons and work hard. Hardest part of the job is everything you have to learn. Most enjoyable part is working with patients and their families and my co-workers.
Manager (Current Employee) – Middle Peninsula – January 28, 2017
I love serving residents and their families. The staff are, for the most part, pleasant but there are a few who make it hard to be there. Find it quite difficult to deliver the Riverside Care Difference with so many expectations placed on managers. Meetings consume several hours daily. Wish I could focus more on what matters- the patients!
Close to home, free meal, flexibility, understanding boss
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – December 29, 2016
I love working for this company. The people I got to meet on a daily bases. Helping other, my team I work with is great. But management will keep you from getting other job because there short or they just don't want you to leave the department. There is no commication with management and employee. Team work is great with the employees, we will pull together to get all jobs done. But it seems I can't grow with company
Floor Technician (Former Employee) – Parksley, VA – November 10, 2016
Don't go there!! Management is horrible!! They are in these positions and don't know what they are doing!! Fireing people for no reason!! You have nobody to turn to when things are not right!! Don't investigat situations when they accur!! They work together to get rid of you because of someone said!! People are trying to leave because of management!! So please stay away!! Residents are nice and fun to be around!! Work well with co workers!!! Ps management will lie on you!! They are buddy buddy!! Including the HR!!!
Trayline Aide (Former Employee) – Newport News, VA – January 27, 2017
This job was one of the worst jobs I've had and I've had plenty. The managers pick and pick. They hire so often because of how many people quit on a daily basis. They don't try to work with you if you are having troubles at home or with your car. It's altogether a bad job.
Free lunch below $7 and good pay
Picky managers, judgemental co-workers, weird hours and never a certain time when you get off.