there is too much work to be done for the amount of employees in one office, no help or cover very under staffed and stressful. Management all stick together and think about quota instead of health and patients
short breaks, under staffed, no coverage, low income
Applications Analyst I (Current Employee) – Hackensack, NJ – September 18, 2018
Opportunities for growth within the organization. Employees have the ability to work together as a team and learn from each other. I would highly recommend that a professional seeking a career in healthcare apply to work at HMH.
Overall I love working for HMH. It is a fun place to work and I work hand in hand with many great people. I value the opportunity to learn and grow. They offer many great programs to enhance your career.
The culture of the Emergency department was very fast paced. The people I worked with were incredible, however I did make the decision to change my place of work due to the nature of the hours that come with a 24/7 facility.
Patient Observer (Former Employee) – Neptune City, NJ – August 14, 2018
I enjoyed my job, just not the pay. I had great hours, just wasn't always relieved on time. Had to fight for lunch breaks. I sat with patients doing one to one observation, ensuring the safety of the patient as well as others around the patient.
Administration/Reception-Part-Time (Current Employee) – Shrewsbury, NJ – July 31, 2018
There is no typical day at the front desk. The people I work with work hard. Everyone is very supportive and kind. Management is supportive and respects my role as much as I respect them. Class acts in my facility. The staff at Meridian work together as a team.
I learned how to be extremely sensitive and discreet to others needs and to see beyond their behaviors. People act differently when under stressful situations and compassion is a valuable tool when working at Meridian.
I have been trained on how to manage people with diverse cultures in order to understand and respect all walks of life. I have learned how to speak and respond to people who may have life altering afflictions.
Meridian has taught me perspective and it has helped me beyond the front desk.
Paid time off/free dinner to employees working night shift/good managment
need merit pay or more substantial increase per hour
Diagnostics Imaging Aide (Former Employee) – Red Bank, NJ – July 23, 2018
Working at Hackensack Meridian was an awesome experience and I would highly recommend the company for employment opportunities. In addition, the management team is very interested in making sure that you have all the tools necessary to succeed.
Or service tech (Former Employee) – Neptune City, NJ – June 22, 2018
Good Good work place pay isn't what it should be for the work that has to be done snd management is always changing the best part it helpings the paitent and talking to them and there family's and making sure there comfortable before there loved ones go in for surgery's
Registered Nurse Intensive Care Unit (Current Employee) – Holmdel, NJ – June 21, 2018
I learned a great deal and I reaped what I could from working for this organization, but you reach a point when too many roadblocks prevent any career growth. The upper Executive management team appears to have a plan for growth and morale boosting ideas, but it gets lost in translation at the mid-management and hospital level. Unit managers do not support their teams enough. Truly a toxic work environment.
Unit management and middle management beat down their employees
Severe understaffed almost every shift, nursing management doesn't care to staff shift properly, nurses come and go, often they start looking for another job while still on orientation! Yes they offer you good benefits however it's not cheap.
low pay, working short ALMOST ALL THE TIME, poor management
IT Operations Analyst I (Current Employee) – Neptune City, NJ – May 28, 2018
Overall experience was satisfactory. It is a decently rate for the location. I was hired part time > 16 hours, and have been working 40+ hour weeks without benefits for 8+ months. They said that I would eventually be hired full-time, but HR has avoided the situation for months.