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Human Resources (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – February 27, 2018
Great place to work! The vast size, complexity and variety of our hospitals and service organizations provide for great career progression whilst remaining with BJC. Continual learning is highly encouraged.
Senior Customer Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Columbia, MO 65201 – December 10, 2018
Worked for BJC Healthcare for over 15 yrs. Was a great place to work. Gained experience in Help desk, Access Management and Desktop type work (Support). As of 11/30/2018, positions were outsourced. BJC was a great place to work.
Parking Attendant (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – November 25, 2018
Don't get me wrong Barnes Jewish Hospital could be a very fulfilling place to work. However, just not when you're doing valet. The job is very stressful and unorganized. There are a lot of snitches in the department that will tell on you for any little thing. I run out of fingers and hands counting up how many people have quit this job because of how poorly it's ran.You have to continuously be outside rain, sleet, or snow while those in a higher position than you get to sit inside of the buildings and do nothing. Management will take about thirty smoke breaks a day while work is getting backed up. The tips would be a plus but you have to literally run in order to get keys and return a customer's vehicle. Those in management are not fit to do the job. They will make somebody with little to no experience a lead just off the fact of them being friends with them. Anybody can get hired really. They would hire an alligator if they could. The only way to survive this job is if you're considered a "favorite". They always need people to work overtime because they're always short staffed. Management is disrespectful and everybody there has secret relationships going on. Trust me!! You should run while you can because once you're hired they'll try to have you stuck there forever. They don't really like for people to transfer out of the department because it seems like they don't want to see anybody succeed. It's ridiculous and the people in HR never know what's going on because they don't take the time to come off of their thrones to know how the department is being ran. I sometimes can'tmore... believe all the time I wasted there with them. What a shame. If I could give it zero stars I would.less
Sr Analyst - Revenue Cycle (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – October 17, 2018
Great place to work. Wonderful people. People are very willing to adjust to the needs of the other teams. Lots of teamwork. Hard to describe a typical day at work as it was very changing from day to day.
BJC from the top employer in the Mid West to the absolute worst
Administrator (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – October 16, 2018
New CIO and CEO cutting jobs by the 100's and saying today's "Market" is forcing them to look overseas to replacing full time Mid West workers. They simply don't care about their employee's anymore. It's horrible and very sad.
HR (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – October 6, 2018
BJC is a good health care organization but working there is another story. The people who are either hired or promoted into leadership roles are NOT equipped to do the job. Executive leadership needs to take a deeper look into the reasons for the high turnover in the HR space. External hires are considered over internal employees for new roles. The overall culture is not good. Very childish and unprofessional behavior from some of the leaders.
Media Editor (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – September 25, 2018
a Typical workday was visually and auditorily pleasant. I learned a lot just by taking in my surrounding. The managerial process was transparent, though it was positivity shown. Nothing registered as "work" since I enjoyed what I was doing. Therefore, projects given to me could be seen as both the hardest and most enjoyable parts of the job.