Therapist (Current Employee) – Yonkers, NY – February 27, 2019
Amazing children! Great coworkers (for the most part). Typically short staffed, okay management/administration. Inconsistent treatment of employees (some choose their own schedules others unable to, some receive overtime/compensation for holidays others do not). Focus on glossing over issues rather than fixing them. Some disciplines are heard (nursing) others not given the opportunity.
Hard work with a continuous work throught out the shift.
Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee) – New York, NY – November 13, 2018
Work is hard but the place is not a bad place to work. Yes it is continuous work through out the day. Clean and nice place to work. It is a good feelings to have,when you can make a difference in disable children life.
Executive Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Yonkers, NY – September 13, 2018
Some departments are great others are not. Not my best experience. A lot of leadership and managers talk a good game but don't really have the children's best interest in mind. I can't speak on all staff, but it was what I learned about leadership. So sad.
This place is a mess. Needs new management in every department.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Yonkers, NY – August 19, 2018
Poor management. Great environment as far as the purpose of the facility goes. Managers never blame themselves when it's their fault when something goes wrong. Hostile environment which is sad being that it's a residential place for handicap children. Manager of security views the place as Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center Corrections.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Yonkers, NY – August 12, 2018
If you value your license and nursing education, look elsewhere. Cameras everywhere. Management does not trust staff, they are quick to discipline and dont listen to concerns, gossip everywhere, no room for learning and advancement. Low pay. Do yourself a favor and go to a place that will value your hard work and pay you the salary you deserve.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Yonkers, NY – May 31, 2018
do not respect nurses , too much politics ESPC can be a nice place but every one gets scares with all the cameras, they are quick to judge and blame the staff instead of finding the problems and prevent for happening
(Temp Assignment), HR Recruiter (Current Employee) – Yonkers, NY – April 23, 2018
This is a wonderful place to work. The staff are warm and friendly. It's a family oriented with team players working together to provide the best possible care to the children at the facility. Management is supportive and good listeners.
The children are the best part of the facility and the entire staff loves the children like their own children. The staff provides cares that includes the family as well as the children. It is a wonderful place when see the C.N.A's and RN's work together collaboratively together in a loving and trusting relationship.
Everyone in the facility from environmental services to Nursing to the CNO, VP & CNO are all wonderful and everyone pitch in to assist wherever and whenever they can.
RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Yonkers, NY – April 17, 2018
Management do not trust staff. Suspend now and ask questions later. Always short staffed and having to float to other units. Pay sucks. There are cameras everywhere you turn which makes it uncomfortable working for this place. BE CAREFUL working here. Over worked and underpaid!
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Yonkers, NY – January 26, 2018
Welcoming work environment, location of work place was convenient. The access/amount of benefits were also favorable and appreciated. The only problem was there was no progression or promotions to loyal employees in the company.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Yonkers, NY – October 21, 2017
Love working with kids, great atmosphere, and great working experience. Wages/salary is on the lower end for a RN but still decent. If you want to gain experience in Pediatrics, with severely disabled children, this is the pace. These kids are trached, vent dependent, etc. A lot of nurses that work here go on to acute care in PICU and NICU positions.