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University of Louisville Physicians Employer Reviews

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Pretty Laid Back
University Child Health Specialist (Current Employee), Louisville, KYJune 15, 2013
Pros: overtime, no set schedule, no dress code, great position
Cons: the pay, management
I really enjoy doing what I do, as well as the flexibility of my hours and the overtime. However, I just wish that there was opportunity for advancement within the company, in which there is not, (not in my department). Also, I feel that for what I do, I am worth more than I am getting paid
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Charge Entry Associate (Current Employee), lou, kyMarch 27, 2013
Pros: free health insurance if your single and not sickly
Cons: no career advancements
Since the merge there have been many lay offs and more continue to occur.
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Help Desk Support (Former Employee), Louisville, KentuckyJanuary 26, 2013
nice desk to work on and a nice soft chair with good working phones and computers.
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Chaotic and Dysfunctional
Manager (Current Employee), LouisvilleJanuary 8, 2013
Pros: very rewarding to make a difference in people's lives.
Cons: generally poor benefits and low pay, poor managment and leadership, no communication, no training except it
Organization is very dysfunctional in its attempts to bring centralization and unify all the various areas. Leadership and management are not trained and many are plain incompetent, though loyal. Archaic processes and managers demonstrate strong attempts to avoid any sort of change or improvements.
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position eliminated as reduction in workforce transition
do not wish to divulge (Former Employee), ULP down downApril 9, 2014
Cons: healthcare setting, was not paid for being on call.
Disorganized, during the acquisition and transition to ULP employment, we were verbally told many things. For example; if you were professional staff you would not lose you educational benefit, you were told you would still maintain benefit to fund in order to attend conferences and seminars. You were told the insurance benefits would be the same. All – more... the verbal promises were untruthful. ULP did not put in writing what they verbally explained in meetings. I leaned nothing, and it was an unpleasant experience working for them. The job description did not change, but responsibility increased. Very poor retirement benefits, management was difficult to contact in order to get questions clarified. – less