Valley Health doesn't care about it's employees. You will be expected to not only perform one full time job, but as many additional full time jobs as they can pile on you until you break. And you had better not get sick either, because if you get sick then look for a corrective action. You know, for being sick.
The benefits are the worst I have ever had, and I find that disgraceful considering that it is a medical provider. Again, they care nothing for their employees.
If you live somewhere that you can't get out in snowstorms you can either sleep on dirty old cots in some hospital room and not see your family, or again you can take a corrective action. OR, in some departments, work on your day off. Because that's such a great alternative...
The pay is low, not Walmart low, but still very low, at least for office employees. This area has a high COL and they are one of the main employers but that doesn't seem to matter. Live in a box but make sure you show up for work.
As for the workplace culture, you will be talked about behind your back and smiled at to your face. No one here is your friend. Absolutely no one.
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