Productive Financially, many employees are overworked
Sales and Marketing Manager (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – May 20, 2018
LifeBridge is a strong well run business and pays ok. Unfortunately for employees if one person can do two peoples job they will will hold off hiring for financial reasons. Final budget lines seem to matter more then anything else.
I worked in payroll and loved what I did. I enjoyed coming to work everyday as I enjoyed my coworkers and my responsibilities. My supervisor was very understanding with time off requests and accommodating my person needs. The organization offered great benefits and a lot of time off, more so then other organizations.
Payroll (Current Employee) – Timonium, MD – May 10, 2018
Managers doesn't communicate with eachother or anyone in department. You will never fully understand your job from day to day, manager is only bothered with how they look and overload you with extra work. I would be told to do something and asked later why I wasn't working on other stuff. The managers depending on mood of day can be hard on you. I was only at the company for a short time before I realized this was not some place that would value me as an employee but would be a place to fall back on until something better. They treat employees like kids in school with rules of no talking or cell phones and some coworkers breeze by and think they are VIPs because they have director on their side.
HR Business Partner (Former Employee) – Westminster, MD – April 15, 2018
Always look forwarded to going to work and making a difference to the good in someone's life. Worked with a very talented group of colleagues. Very dedicated to servicing the people of the Community and each other.
I have learned to make adjustments based off of facts and not emotions. A typical day is filled with patients, surgeons and staff all needing something from me. Management make changes but have never spent one day in the practice, they make changes based on former knowledge from practices they have worked in the past. The hardest part of my job is finding time to give everyone what they need and still get my daily tasks completed. The most enjoyable part of my job is when I am able to motivate my staff and give incentives.
Health care benefits, Education assistance, compensation
procurement (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – March 26, 2018
Silo'ed and competitive management made for a very dysfunctional work environment. Slow as molasses to get anything accomplished. More time spent on initiating obstacles and red tape than getting anything done.
Payroll Clerk (Current Employee) – Maryland – March 17, 2018
Good place to work to get the bills paid. Management could be better. Pay is not so competitive, but is good for the responsibilities. Not many positions that I could transfer to at the moment, which is good and bad.
Lifebridge is a good place to start out your career. They have issues with Management. Management are not committed to the job. They come and go and do what they want to do. They do not care for staff or patient care.
Manager (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – March 9, 2018
I would not recommend this organization to anyone. It is run by self -serving, small minded, out of touch "leaders". The entire organization is struggling and needs to make a change. Bottom line, employees are not treated with respect and are not valued.
Director (Former Employee) – System Corporate level – February 12, 2018
A Very stressful, stingy, punitive, back stabbing and misogynistic culture - the quality of facility and clinical operations done at LBH is not the leading edge innovation focus they advertise in their ads- instead LBH leaders stress keeping costs low at all costs and do not invest in facility, staff training and support and the basic IT systems and equipment upgrades that are considered norm at most large corporate systems and businesses
Clinical and support staff do not trust the top leadership to support them or provide the resources they need to succeed at their jobs - it is not uncommon to hear people of all levels and roles throughout the system say “I guess I’ll be fired for doing this or that today” out loud
In recent employee satisfaction surveys their nursing staff rated the system very low in staff satisfaction and said they would not recommend LBH to their friends and families. They also said their leadership did not walk their talk - did not provide the resources needed and would punish them if they made mistakes in high numbers nursing staff numbers are lower than required even when offering very large monetary bonuses to staff that bring in new nurses - this offer has not brought new nurses to the system to cover the real nursing needs.
I can not recommend LBH as a good place to work. There are so many better quality higher paying innovative healthcare service organizations in the Baltimore Washington area - choose one of them instead!!