Dignity Health Employee Reviews
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Management is horrible which affects clinics, patient care seems like the last priority. There are no parking offered for staff, no holiday pay unless you have pto, no room for growth. No support in educational goals. No gratitude for employees. Management retaliation. I would not recommend to anyone
Co workers, patients, providers
No parking no paid holiday no room for growth no education support
The company has great benefits but it is very difficult to get promoted. There are a lot of long term employees there but too many cliques. Some leaders in HR are not qualified but keep their executive jobs because they've been there so long.
pay and advancement
Floor staff are great team!! Unit management (current) another story, can’t believe how often they contradict themselves, will say anything to anyone who questions any decision will blame others in upper management for her decisions.
Don’t expect anyone to be professional towards you. Sadly, my guess is because this is a union position, employees feel entitled, especially long timers. Approaching the manager did not work, so next step is HR. No support whatsoever, and the best they can do is say, that is the way it is.
Holiday pay, free meals during the holidays
If census is low, employees get flexed.
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I have worked for Dignity seven years. I have worked at different hospitals. Nurses are greatly admired and taken care of. As they should be. EVS and Nutrition are the bottom of the barrel. Administration has no interest in knowing anyone below a tech job. Management is a wild card. I've worked with two great manager/directors. The other 8-10 of them were a real life nightmare. If the current Director/Manager have a personal agenda, there is nothing standing in their way. Human Resource department is strictly in favor of the company. There is very slim chance of advocacy for any employee seeking help or guidance. If you need a way to get your foot in the door for another career choice, that is the only way I'd suggest working for Nutrition, EVS, transport,
Pto, pay, bonus
Management, human resource dept.
High stress environment, high turnover of nursing staff and management, low pay, lack of management support. Pension plan offered but other benefits decrease each year. Encouraged to smile and not bring up anything that can be viewed as negative - such as lack of working equipment.
Low pay. Very high nurse turnover.
The staff is amazing! I have never worked in a place, that has such a culture of caring for each other! You will never walk down a hall without someone telling you hello, or have a great day! Everyone is always spreading positivity!
Breaks, Free Parking, Free Benefits, Free Uniforms
Schedule Changes can be random
The staff at this facility are great. Unit is like a family and open to questions, offering information, and teaching a new nurse. The work life balance is not in tact though unfortunately. Working 5-6 days per week, 8 hour shifts with 3 days on and only 1 day off. The med surg units are fast paced, high acuity, and just very sloppy. Too stressful for me. 8 months in and I am burned out like most of the other staff.
no work life balance, heavy schedules, understaffed
Decent pay and good benefits and lots of really great people, but if you're not hired into management initially, chances are you'll never get there. Very few opportunities for professional/career growth and/or development - unless you want to do it on your time and your dime. Organization is laying off low-ranking employees but hiring more directors and VPs than you can shake a stick at. Absolutely no loyalty. If you don't meet some arbitrary litmus test or liked by one of the newly hired executives, you're out, regardless of how long you've been there. No Humankindness. If you're an executive and/or a clinician, then you're golden, and treated very well. If you're not, you're not.
Good medical benefits and 403b with some matching employer funds
No career growth or professional development