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What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at Hospital Housekeeping Systems?

What do you like best about working at Hospital Housekeeping Systems? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?

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tp8719@gmail.com in Silver Springs, Florida

13 months ago

What kind of benifits does hhs offer their fulltime employees

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Over Worked - No Advancement in Nashville, Tennessee

10 months ago

Pros – Working in a Hospital environment provides you a full range of experiences to learn from, and apply to more specialized career objectives. While working in EVS many choose to study nursing, radiology or some of the other career opportunities found within a hospital.
Cons – As eluded to above, promotions are NOT based on hard work, dedication, loyalty and the ability to lead. Yes, these are all things the company demands of it's management team but they do not reward you for providing them. Older (40-50ish), lower ranking members of the management team are often taken advantage of for there knowledge, maturity and common sense. They are over-worked and denied vacation time or promotions because the higher ranking younger (20-30ish) management team is too self centered to recognize anyone else's quality of life but their own. The front line team members (Housekeepers) are paid below average wages and required to follow a micromanaged form of service. Fifteen minute break times for hourly employees are added to the short 30 minute lunch break. Assistant Directors are rarely provided a break at all and are expected to work 10-12 hours per day, 6-7 days per week managing the staff and services of the hospital while the directors attend "meetings" leave campus for their own needs ie: hair cuts, two hour lunch breaks, etc, etc.
Advice to Senior Management – Pay attention to how the various VP's are operating their regions. Treat each region the same and each employee of these various areas with the same set of rewards and benefits, both during employment and after employment. Reward the dedicated, hardworking A.D's for their contribution and dedication, not for who they know or hang out with.

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Over Worked - No Advancement in Nashville, Tennessee

9 months ago

Host said: What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at Hospital Housekeeping Systems?

What do you like best about working at Hospital Housekeeping Systems? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?

Pros – Working in a hospital environment has it's educational rewards providing one an opportunity to learn about the various departments. This allows one to focus on a much more rewarding long-term career in the medical field.

Cons – Until you make it to a Director or some level of VP position (there are many), you are basically a salaried mule working long hours, 12-14 hour days, 6-7 days per week, with little reward or recognition. "IF" you are liked by your Director you "may" be offered an advancement opportunity in a remote, small country town with little notice to relocate. Cross your "T's" and dot your "I's" when you do relocate because they will try to find any excuse to cheat you out of expenses, sick time and vacation time. For hourly workers, one can expect to work regular 8 hr shifts at $7.50 - $8.50 per hour. The company no-longer hires FT employees which are being replaced with inexperienced PT workers that lack pride and dedication in their work. There is constant turn over in staff because the demands are great and the rewards are little to none.

Advice to Senior Management – Talk is cheap. Consistent company-wide policies should be enforced regardless of which "state" you live-in or who you know within the company. Promote and encourage a work/life balance and reward those that have dedicated themselves to care for the customer and patients within each hospital.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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somebodyscream!!! in Nashville, Tennessee

4 months ago

I am very concern with my employement with HHS, I don't trust the fact that we are having to work without insurance? No one talks about benefits; raises, retirement, bonuses. all we do is have a safety meeting and the rest is work until time for break and clock out. When a company talk about money it sounds legit, but when it dodges questions about money the employees become very uncomfortable. Let's talk about HHS and the stock market, or will we be able to retirement with what little money we're getting; overworked and underpaid? somebody explain, please. Where is all the money going, shouldn't follow the workers?

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