Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL 60629 – January 12, 2019
Within the past few years, Holy Cross Hospital has become more focus on quantity instead of quality. Patient care is a thing of the past due to the high turnover rate of employees. I take great pride in the job I do.
Mental Health Worker (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – December 6, 2018
Working at Holy Cross is more laid back when working with patients, ensuring their mental and psychological needs are met. They offer plenty of activities throughout the day using therapeutic approaches. It is a community based hospital, close to home!
Work/Life balance exceptional (3 days per week)
12 hour shifts can be draining at times, only 72 hours per pay period
My Manager and Director doesn't not have leadership stills
HIM Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) – Silver Spring, MD – December 4, 2018
If my Director and my manager noticed that an employee reported them to the VP, They will make up a good reason and terminate the employee who complained about them and, also, they sat with employees to gossip about the supervisor.
Transport Driver (Former Employee) – Silver Spring, MD – November 30, 2018
great experience working with others. you get to share information and time with hundreds of employees. it is the only time you get learn what is going on in their life and share what is going on in your life
Histology Assistant, Part time (Current Employee) – Silver Spring, MD – November 27, 2018
I started PRN and moved up to full time. Because my title of Histology Assistant did not change, I did not receive a raise even though my responsibilities and stress increased. I do not think that is fair.
Dietary Aide (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 10, 2018
It is a very unorganized and unprofessional place of employment. Always short staffed daily plus each department lack communication. The pay is low compared to the amount of work they expect employees to do.
Patient Access Representative (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – October 27, 2018
HCH lacks a mentorship environment. Instead of individuals helping you when you fall they don't hesitate to snitch on you. Some of the nurses are evil and mean don't hesitate to throw you under the bus. Most of the night clinical staff is normally the best staff as they are personable and kind and even look out for you. Even some of the doctors are awesome as they feed you. Ultimately, the PARs of ER are considered the bottom feeders and are not held in high regards. Some of the registrars are petty, immature and lackadaisical so be weary of them. It was a great experience however I wouldn't work in the HCH ER again but the company as a whole is not too bad. Just do your work and watch your back for the haters.
You define Holy Cross Hospital, enjoyable, challenge, diverse, the day of work pass ... and you need more time.
Supervisor of Environmental Services Department (Current Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – October 26, 2018
. Arriving at 4:30am, walk thru out the floors hospital, seen the job done for the knight crew, and see the immediately needs for the new business day to come. Be real sure all my 1st impression areas are real in excellent shape. . See the supplies needs, and check my budget; takes care of my payroll. Communicate with vendors for improvement. . We are a very diverse community from all over the world, and what is 1st is the professionalism and tolerance. ' The more unpleasant time is between 3:00pm and 5:00pm, at end of the day when I have to discipline one employee. . The daily challenger ... I enjoy solve problems, no matter which ... I almost win all, and when I lose ... I learn from them.