Lots of change over the last few years and it continues
Performance Improvement Specialist/Project Manager (Former Employee) – Lafayette, CO – December 29, 2016
Healthcare is a tough place to be right now as the demands grow and grow. Some days were very productive and some days there was a lot more talking than doing. Hardest part of the job was to have people realize we were not being proactive, just busy putting out daily fires.
Very hard work, very fast paced, no advancement opportunities
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Leavenworth, KS – January 11, 2017
The overall environment is mostly clean and safe. The job itself is very unrewarding. If an issue arises between the employees it falls on deaf ears and is usually left unresolved by the supervisors. Issues occur frequently. This is not an ideal long term job.
Good affordable benefits, good hours 7-3:30 M-F, lots of holidays
Low wages, difficult vacation approval, unprofessionalism, high absentee rates, high employee turn over rate
The sisters are wonderful. They are very nice and are very understanding of new employees. The supervisor staff and the nurses are great to work with and you can learn a lot from them. The pay and the hours were the best in town.
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Leavenworth, KS – July 17, 2016
I have worked here for five years as a housekeeper. I do not really enjoy cleaning for 7 hours a day, but I enjoy the job because I enjoy working for and being surrounded by the sisters. If you are offered a job with the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, take it because they treat you well, have good benefits and pay and you would be important to them.
Revenue Cycle Supervisor (Current Employee) – Broomfield, CO – July 12, 2016
Management is all about itself and the money. They do not care about the employees or their families. They expect you to work when your at home and they expect if over time is needed you better do more work in those few hours then you did during the week.
Management is quick to judge and get rid of the people they don't like even if they are hard workers. They seem to pick and choose the people that stay if you kiss butt and do everything they tell you to do legal or not then you stay if you do what is right and try to work around what is being done wrong then you are out.
A right to work state and they use this to the tee.
No policies and no procedures the go by what is good for today.
Customer Service Supervisor (Current Employee) – Broomfield, CO – April 13, 2016
This was a good organization to work for. It provided for a lot of growth and opportunity as long as the contracts were there. It provided stepping stones for me to develop a career in Customer Service leadership.
Incredible team environment focused on common mission
Accounts Payable Customer Service Rep (Current Employee) – Lenexa, KS – June 10, 2012
On a typical day, I serve as the primary Customer Service contact for all Care Sites answering phone and email inquiries for accounts payable related issues. Reconciling vendor accounts and routing invoices to expedite payment are part of my daily routine. As an integral member of the start-up team for AP Shared Services, I was able to establish many of the procedures and goals for the Customer Service group. As I learned more about the customer's needs and expectations, I communicated those to the AP Team Leads... everyone working together to adapt our processes to better serve our customers. Because of our current high volume and short staffing, the hardest part of my job is in trying to quickly respond to everyone's needs. The most enjoyable part of my job is the many personal interactions. I also enjoy reconciling vendor accounts, bringing resolution to any outstanding issues.