Sr. Server Engineer (Former Employee) – Providence, RI – September 18, 2018
The organization is top heavy, where the senior executives do not talk to or listen to the people on the front lines for information before making decisions. Any advice pushed upwards is ignored unless it directly agrees with decisions that have already been made.
One of the worst Management's that I've ever worked for
Distribution Clerk (Former Employee) – Rhode Island – December 12, 2018
Worked in the Distribution Center management was the worst management that I've ever had in my life always looking to get rid of somebody in fire them for absolutely no good reason at all you had to pick orders there and if you pick the wrong toothbrush they would write you up for it they would have written you up no matter what you did as I seen people leave that the apartment and get fired by the manager's so happy to see the managers get fired from that place and get what they deserved
Each day I went in and set-up my class room for the activities for that day. I had 5 to a group sometimes six if we are short of staff. We did enrichment activities each day which consist of sorting, matching etc. We rotates to other class rooms to have game time exercise time, current event time horticulture time. There we spent time engaging with the individuals and making sure they were safe and secure. We met their needs daily.
I had fun with my work mate, and we were very productive
Laundry Aide (Former Employee) – Providence, RI – December 26, 2018
My Job at lifespan was a great and an enjoyable one at the Laundry Department. Especially meeting new friends, learning new experience and having a lot of fun on the job while working together was so much exciting to me. moreover, having a good management was also a good thing. I earned how to work on the Laundry Machine which gave me some good skills. The hardest part of the job is when we had two hours left to go, we are to push all the the wheel trucks down to the first floor through the elevator. I also enjoyed the free Lunches, good offers from friends, and good working gears provided.
Billing Specialist (Former Employee) – Providence, RI – October 13, 2018
This is definitely not what I expected from Lifespan. I would never recommend this Dept to anyone. The amount of workload demanded daily is outrageous. The Dept is understaffed and management seems to think that we are over staffed when help is requested. We continue to get new tasks added every other month on top of our daily jobs. Not to mention that the pay does not match our job duties. This Dept works on prior authorizations but the majority of us have “Billing Specialist” as a job title. We are far from that, in actuality we have nothing to do with billing. Management has been questioned on that as well but nothing has been changed. Please do yourself a favor, and look elsewhere.
Short breaks, huge workload, understaffed, management is horrible
Overlooking Md was great but contracting facility (DBH) was horrid.
Nurse Practitioner Private Contractor for DBH (Former Employee) – Dover, DE – September 12, 2018
I started work mainly for PT employment which turned out to be 5-7 days a week for about a year. I worked under contract for a behavioral health facility. My total time working there was 2 1/2 years. My reason for leaving was difficulty completing my work because of poor management overall with the contracting facility.
Property Manager (Former Employee) – Rhode Island Providence – September 14, 2018
Management was very good managers employees everybody was excellent to work with people that work there are very good I will always go back there and work it was a very good environment to work for thank you
Extremely hostile culture with no support from management.
Strategic Sourcing Analyst (Current Employee) – Providence, RI – February 22, 2018
If you are in the business sector I do not recommend working here. The culture is extremely divided as in "suits vs scrubs" where clinical staff is unresponsive and extremely hostile with no repercussions to the point where they literally throw things at you during formal meetings. Management is extremely poor and does not provide any support. Burnout and turnover is extremely high and you are expected to fill the many gaps at below average salaries.
Cafeterias were decent
Poor management, hostile work environment, low salary