Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – March 16, 2018
his is ridiculous to have to do this just find a job posting on here. I don't want to give any information relating to this position. why are you making me do this. are you aware that when people et severance pay they are not permitted to do these kinds of thing
Marketing and Communications Specialist (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – December 9, 2017
WPAHS no longer exists so there is really no need to review! When it did exist, it was an ok place to work, but I didn't really have a chance to move up. The coworkers I had were great, but management lacked focus and professionalism.
steady employment, but little chance to advance and poor work culture.
Athletic Trainer (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – May 3, 2017
Turnover of high level managment too often leads to lack of "buying in " by employees and mid level managment which causes overall lack of moral. Too many mandates come from the top and by the time they are implemented, the CEO or COO or who over decided this was a good idea has moved on and a different strategy is being implmented. No one listens to the "little" guys, and no real reason to stick around other than limited employeres in given field
Central Processing Technician (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – February 4, 2017
I liked working there, it was when i dropped down to Cas that I had a problem. they wanted me to work more then my school schedule would let me. I would go back now that i am done with school, just not to the same dept.
they where not very supportive of me going to school
IT Security Analyst (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – August 21, 2016
Minimal opportunities to advance. Hospitals, including this one, are notoriously low paid. Expect 2% raises every other year or when a benefit it raise. If you move departments you might get a 1% raise. With inflation you will continue to make less each year.
Nurses Aid and Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – January 7, 2016
West Penn Hospital is a very positive working environment and staff members highly valued patients quality of care. My co-workers and team members were extremely pleasant to work with and I enjoyed my experiences there.
Senior Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – 4 Allegheny Center – February 4, 2015
listen to patients and help with patient statements and any issues they are experiencing. Management has their favorites and there is no opportunity to expand. Do a ton of work for little pay and no room for improvement.