Bethesda is a not for profit company that has historically care about their employees - with new corporate management - changes have occurred. Not sure yet if they fall in line with mission statement. A lot of long time employees are loyal to Bethesda and are close with their co-workers. I have made some great friends and met people who truly care about their residents/jobs and coworkers. I have had some wonderful managers and mentors that have helped me grow in my different roles.
Working for Bethesda in any of its locations you will find that you are under trained and expected to over perform. Underpaid, but treated like salaried individuals. With none of the benefits I might add. You are constantly harped upon while never getting recognition. You will be railroaded into either quitting or being terminated when you are either not an asset or begin to Think for your self. The culture is terrible. You are horribly stressed. HR works for the company. Not you. With a high turn over rate you are expected to pick up the work and complete your own at the same time. Management will not help you. Manage is either never helpful or not available. (same thing) Bethesda is a place I'd recommend if you are merely wanting to get experience. Hard work. Undeniably underpaid for expectation and work. Do not trust. End of story.