A relatively new health system with lack of team cohesiveness
Systems Analyst (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – July 7, 2017
-UCH is a highly integrated CIN
-After your initial 90 days of work, they allow you to work from home up to three days a week
-They oftentimes reimburse new employees to obtain Epic-certification, provided they sign a one-year contract with the company
-The salary is not competitive and opportunities for advancement are limited.
-High employee turnover rate
-They usually low-ball your initial salary and often-times do not offer relocation assistance.
-New employees are only given a TOTAL of TWO weeks PTO in their first year -- meaning they do NOT offer paid sick leave, paid holidays nor maternity/paternity leave.
-Teams are typically spread out among different locations, so you very rarely have face-to-face meetings, leading communication to only be possible via email or Skype.
-It is very disappointing to see that despite the tech integration/ advancement the company has to offer, UCH is inherently non-progressive and the culture is pretty much by-the-book and comprised of red tape
-UCH is a highly integrated CIN, ability to work from home up to 3 days a week, they may reimburse new employees obtaining certification granted you sign a 1yr contract
-Non-competitive salary and limited opportunities for advancement, High turnover rate, low-ball your initial salary + do not offer relocation assistance, New employees are only given a TOTAL of TWO weeks PTO (aka NO paid sick leave or paid holidays), teams are typically spread out among different locations, inherently non-progressive with a by-the-book culture comprised of red tape