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Once a year.. cost of living.. aprx 2%....across the board ..NO compensation for being an excellent worker

Answered June 27, 2019

Thank you for your inquiry. Our hiring process varies in length. Interviewing is typically handled in 2-3 sessions and we do a background check as well. Start to finish we aim to be around the 21 day mark. If you have any more specific questions regarding the hiring process or what you can expect, please shoot us an email at: bjc_talent_acquisition (at) We'd be happy to talk more in depth!

Answered by BJC HealthCareDecember 2, 2019

BJC HealthCare offers full-time, part-time and PRN (as needed) positions. Please visit to explore our current openings that have a status that best matches your preferences/interests.

Answered by BJC HealthCareJune 4, 2018

I absolutely love going to work each and every day at BJC ! Great organization and I’m proud to say I’m an employee here .

Answered March 15, 2020

A broader internal communication plan to raise awareness about career advancement, career path opportunities and internal mobility.

The end goal being to capitalize on the potential of our current work force and decrease our attrition.

Answered by BJC HealthCareMarch 21, 2019

Hi, thank you for your question. Hours will vary greatly depending on department.

Answered by BJC HealthCareDecember 3, 2019

I felt positive about telling people that I worked at memorial hospital because I do a very important job.

Answered April 18, 2019

Great company with every body work as family

Mission driven people , with team oriented .

Answered January 2, 2019

It's not enough to provide quality training for managers, they need to be present to manage. Having them gone for days to attend meetings or whatever takes them away and having them hunkered down in their office when they are there is not an effective way to manage. A better way would be to have them on hand to avoid problems before they happen rather then provide damage control after the fact. Managers need to be on the floor with their people seeing who is performing and who is not and making corrections as needed on the spot. Not from second hand information days later. If other staff can have mobile work stations to perform their duties, why not managers.

Answered February 9, 2020
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