Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) Employee Reviews
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Brigham employees really had to work together during the pandemic. i consider us a family first. I worked at the first drive in Covid-19 testing site. It was a great experience and I was able to work with a lovely group of women.
hospital never closes
Lack of Diversity, Work Life Balance, Not a Trusting Company, Commute is horrible, Only thing good about it is the Benefits and their still too high for a hospital
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I always held BWH to such a high ideal and they have disappointed me. The pay was sub-par. $24 and hours for a nursing position in a crazy busy surgical department. The micromanagement is unacceptable and the lack of respect for people’s personal lives is unheard of. They promote people by WHO they know instead of WHAT they know which leads to ineffective leadership.
Doctors are fantastic and treat you like a person with respect and appreciation
Ineffective management, low pay, low morale
For clinical work the Brigham is an excellent learning experience. But the overall work experience is subpar at best. There is favoritism amongst departments, and tenure impacts judgement.
Hours, pay, work-life balance
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Birth Certificate Registrar / 40 hours / Days and Weekends / BWH Patient Access Services
30+ days ago
When I started working there management made you feel included and cared for patients and staff. Once retirement packages were offered newer management only cares about their own advancement and seem to be getting rid of staff with longevity.
BWH is an innovative location that truly cares about it's patients and staff. It promotes a Just Culture. Benefits provided by the hospital are great.
i liked the people i worked with.. just not the way the little people got stepped on. The healthcare system is being used incorrectly. There needs to be serious reformation!
There is very little managerial support. Managers do not care about their teams. Only if you are popular do they cut you some slack. If there is a conflict at work, even if you are bullied, it's your faulf, and you will be written up.
Wouldn't recommend it.
Wouldn't recommend it.
Both staff and patients were friendly. Everyone was family oriented. I worked on the oncology unit so it was a tough floor. The staff did their best to make the patients and families comfortable. The best thing was to see the patients leave the hospital back to their lives