Beaumont Health
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If they do give a raise, it's 2%. It comes at the same time that they raise the cost of benefits, so it's no raise at all. If you are NOT at the top of your pay scale, you will NEVER reach it. There are no length of employment raises anymore, no merit raises. They work you to death and barely pay you. Sad, sad, sad. Killing the morale of staff and NO ONE CARES

Answered June 7, 2019

Keep looking place not worth it. This place don't excuse call offs when manager had a chance to fix schedule. Had to call off twice because of court hearing. No choice

Answered March 22, 2020

I would really listen to the employees - not the bosses' bosses - but the actual front line staff doing all the real work!

Answered June 16, 2020

I interviewed with HR first and then a department Supervisor. There were several tests that I had to pass, typing, spelling and medical terminology before proceeding with the hiring process.

Answered November 8, 2018

Being at work on the dot is mandatory

Answered November 1, 2018

Dreaded going to work at Beaumont of Farmington Hills. The upper management is horrible and has no clue about how to properly run the place. Most staff employees were good but watch out for the evil ones, they will want to kick your back for no good reason and they are the ones that determine whether you stay or let go. Not a good place to work. Management will not even give you a chance to listen to your concerns or safety issues.

Answered September 4, 2019

Overwhelming, overworked- they're continuously eliminating positions to make more money to pay upper Management. We work insanely hard to benefit the patient , but how we're treated is outright abuse. More work, less people. No real raises (2% only).
Beaumont used to be the best place to work. Now it's horrible, all because of horrendous upper Management.

Answered June 7, 2019

6 wks or more pending amount of employees starting in orientation

Answered January 27, 2019
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