Patient Services Assistant II (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – April 5, 2017
I left because the atmosphere of the department was to young. and was not offering any more money, but wanted to add more job descriptions and the management was not understanding why staff was so angry
This was my first time exposed to a marketing position and to be the brand ambassador to a major company. St Joseph is a well respected brand int the Brazos Valley area and I enjoyed my time interning with them.
Medical Recruiter (Current Employee) – Southern California – August 10, 2016
Wonderful, I have learned so very much about the union. I completely enjoy the interaction with all of my managers. The office environment is very conducive and we truly are a team. I really like the team building and focus on sacred encounters throughout the Ministry.
Clerical Assistant (Current Employee) – Ypsilanti, MI – June 5, 2016
SJMH is one of the worst jobs i've ever had. there is no job culture. management is unprofessional, extremely rude. the policies are outrageous.. employees are NOT allowed sick days. training is extremely poor. extremely. there's cliques all over the place; be careful when you aren't accepted, because then your coworkers turn into enemies FAST. management doesn't care and to a point seems to encourage this behavior. turnover rate is extremely high. employees are treated extremely poorly; SJMH does not care about its employees AT ALL. makes no effort to improve work conditions. there are bug and rodent issues at the hospital and doctor offices, nobody cares when you complain. there is no work/life balance and SJMH doesn't care at all. some of my coworkers are working 12 hour days, 6 days a week for months now (and they're not in patient care, they're putting in 20 + hours of overtime a week and nobody cares).
if you value yourself as a person, don't work here. don't let greedy companies like SJMH tell you that you're worth less than the minimal that other companies give their employees.
poor management, poor work environment, poor training...
ancillary support (Former Employee) – livonia – May 28, 2016
department management are bullies - hospital cares more about image than employees or patient care - went to intregrity - 1st question asked was why are you still working here? - that sums up attitude of hospital - no longer working there
Inventory Technician (Current Employee) – SJ Ann Arbor – May 11, 2016
Do not care about the employees, have a "if you don't like it here go some place else" as their company motto. Terrible supervisor/management. Most nurses are lazy . Advancement is on who you know not what you know. Too many HR policies too many threats, cant just leave you be to do your job.
RPSGT (Former Employee) – Tawas City, MI – March 24, 2016
One of the staff that you train with is very difficult to work with, do not take a contingent position here because they will try and work you full time without the benefits. One of the worse places I have ever worked!!!
Unit Coordinator (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – July 29, 2015
I loved my job at the hospital. My position was deleted when the new towers went up. Tho they did search for another position to put me in, none at that time were comparable to the one I was leaving. Therefore I was given a severence package for leaving.
Telephone Operator (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor – July 21, 2015
Manipulative, backbiting, and not truthful. Management was manipulative. Co-workers were alright to a certain point, not trustworthy. Hardest part of the job was not knowing where you really stood and being given indirect answers. The clicks were formed and made working horrible. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting off duty to go home. If Management only took the time to research complaints there would not be such a high turnover. The turnover rate should be investigated because truly there is a problem with management....not the workers all the time. The Hospital would be a great place to work if there were management workshops to teach managers how to manage properly, without letting their position get to their head and manipulate their employees by taking taking measures to get rid of them if they are reported. They tend to make the employee look at fault to save their own job. Something really need to be done because once you enter that department, you can't leave without being fired!!!!!! No room for advancement, just stuck!!!!!