Highland Ridge Hospital
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  • CEO
    Jim Hess
  • Company size
    51 to 200
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Director of Clinical Services in Midvale, UT
on October 30, 2020
Work-life balanceIt’s hard to maintain unless you really pull yourself away. I skipped lunch and breaks usually or ate while I worked to make sure work got done.Pay & benefitsBenefits are nonexistent. They have a document that states that they match 401k at 25% of the first 4%. That’s 1% folks! Pay is good. I believe they pay more to make up for some of the negative things going on.Job security and advancementI was advised that if the Medical Director didn’t like something, he would be replaced. This was stated in a larger meeting with out him present. I felt like if he was that replaceable...yikes. And the Medical Director is pretty amazing!ManagementThere’s a lot of fighting, backbiting, toxicity and malicious intentional scheming.CultureThe staff work very hard. They care and are really dedicated. Some of the long time management is engrained in old ways. The doctors are outstanding.OverallI had never heard of HR, before I interviewed in July 2020 I read the reviews. I thought, surely it can’t be that bad and I should give it a shot. Well I was wrong. I made some great friends. I worked very hard to change the culture and help the staff. The staff are great at working hard and taking care of patients. The Medical providers are outstanding. There is such a disconnect between the upper management and the hospital. So the hospital suffers and so does client care. People are overworked and spread very thin. I would send a client there for care, but I would never go back.
Behavioral Health Technician in Midvale, UT
on October 6, 2021
i wish this place would get their shi* together and treat employees fairly. underpaid, understaffed, and very unorganized. 14$ an hour… 100+ hours a paycheck.. one 30 minute break a day.. so understaffed that staff that isn’t fit for the job don’t get let go.. all other staff want to do is gossip about each other and make the work place as dramatic as possible. i loved this job until i realized how little techs are appreciated. i was so over worked, had no motivation outside of work, and very depressed while working this job. i was so emotionally drained. if you want to work psych i highly recommend finding a job else where because it is a great field to work in, just have to find the right hospital.. with people who actually care about being good humans.
Behavioral Health Technician in Midvale, UT
on September 13, 2021
Don’t do it… save yourself the stress. Communication within the workers, nurses and management sucks. You feel lost half of the time and there was never ending drama. They won’t listen to your side of the story and just write you up. Pay was not exceptional for what you go through and what you do as a tech. Being a tech was the hardest job and you never get any appreciation out if it.
Behavioral Health Technician in Midvale, UT
on August 27, 2021
One 30 minute break for a 12 hour shift. Absolutely exhausting. The absolute worst place I’ve ever worked in my life. Don’t work here. Save yourself the stress.
Behavioral Health Technician in Midvale, UT
on February 27, 2021
The worst place to work. The management is so bad. They gave no idea what is going on. They put your life in danger every day because off low staff. They will screw you out of bonuses.

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