Everything (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – May 14, 2017
This place is not about the mission they claim to follow. This place is unprofessional, unorganized, spend more time gossiping than working and helping patients. Management is clueless, ignorant, and shady. They are too cheap to offer overtime, not even 5 minutes over! High turnover. The pay is horrible and embarrassing. They are not honest about your job responsibilities during the interview process. There are a bunch of prejudice people that work here, with no consequences when you report them. Management protects their friends. And it's very high schoolish. Worst job I've ever had!
Great learning experience as a student nurse intern
Student Nurse Internship (Former Employee) – Saint Charles, MO – April 22, 2017
In my time with SSM, I interned at St. Joseph Hospital in St. Charles, MO on their medical/surgical floor. The employees of this floor are all wonderful people and treated their patients with respect and to the best of their abilities. Everyone is willing to lend a hand to each other.
Business Team Leader (Current Employee) – Wisconsin – April 19, 2017
SSM is a great place to work. The doctors and staff care about their patients. They have a great mission. There is constant change going on - mostly for patient satisfaction and providing the best quality for the patients.
Food Service Assistant (Former Employee) – Mount Vernon, NY – April 18, 2017
This was a very professional working environment that did not tolerate any middle aged nonsense or children games. They would extend punishment to the fullest they felt needed, and even termination. Everyone was replaceable to them. The pay was phenomenal as I worked there as a 16 year old, and brought home nearly 1,000$ every two weeks.
MCO Program Coordinator (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 17, 2017
While working with this company everyone seems to well with others, management well trained and educated. Team work. Continued values and mission expressed through out the organization. The highlight is expressed to value a smile and honor a good morning or afternoon once approached by another.
LPN (Current Employee) – Jefferson City, MO – April 9, 2017
Severe lack of communications between all departments, HR is awful to communicate with and work out issues with policies. Management is not chosen by employees within the department, but employees that do not work directly in the department.
Great field staff under direction of poor management
Home Care Physical Therapist (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 28, 2017
Increasingly hostile culture created by management that is more and more concerned with their own advancement as opposed to the provision of a quality workplace environment and exceptional patient care.
management practices which include intimidation and micro-managing