Ob Surgical Tech (Former Employee) – Montclair, NJ – July 13, 2017
A typical day on the job consisted of doing vitals and assisting doctors and nurses with anything needing to be done. Through this, I learned great listening skills, professionalism, and the importance of patience. The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that I helped bring a new life into this world.
Terrible work place, very disorganized, unprofessional management
Former employee (Former Employee) – Montclair, NJ – January 2, 2017
Management has no idea how to handle or direct a team. This facility lacks professionalism and treats it’s employees horribly. Supervisors and management are abusive to the staff and get away with it because upper management protects them. Co-workers are rude and do not respect one another. Supervisors do not communicate with their staff as if they feel it’s not necessary for the staff members to know anything that is going on. There is no training and you are left to figure things out on your own with no help or support. It is a shame that these types of people are running a facility that takes care of sick people. Very sad. Run from this place it is TERRIBLE. You can do better!
you have good day and bad days if your not a doctor or nurse your limited to growth with this company the best part of the job is going home after your shift ,do not request extra hours they work you like a dog .
A small healthcare institution that I felt put the needs of the organization above the needs of the employees.
Care Manager (Former Employee) – Montclair, NJ – April 17, 2016
The leadership at Hackensack UMC does not offer support to the employees. Certain positions are compensated by a yearly salary, not hourly, with no compensation for overtime. However, the facility is staffed with dedicated, hard working employees who never jeopardize the care of the patients. I have tremendous respect for my former co-workers throughout the hospital, regardless of their position. Every one from house-keeping to staff nurses and MD's, cared about the patients. I would feel confident receiving care if myself or any family member needed to be a patient there.
A small institution where the employees can rely on each other.