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Mayo Clinic has a very high turn over rate and it’s because they truly believe that “everyone is replaceable.” This leads to good employees leaving because nothing will ever change for the bettering of their employees. The benefits are not great and continue to get worse. Management never listens and there is no room for growth as they claim and wages are fixed, the only pay increase you will see is MAYBE a cost of living which is not guaranteed
Supervisor and team lead for Neurology Dept at the Scottsdale clinic are a disaster. If you enjoy working in a back stabbing atmosphere then this is the place for you. Narcissism is RIPE here. Think twice about taking this leap!
Bottom line-it is a business.
Love working around people and helping patients. Like my hours I worked. Loved meeting new people from around the world. Did not like that it is hard to get out of this department and department wouldn't help out.
1 hour lunches were to long.
If you like cooking this is the place while you have your own station and cook spot you get ready for one day amd prep for the fallowing OT is avalible prep work alwAys has to be done.
Short breaks, in a hoslital setting(covid19)
Love working here. Great culture, great people supportive management. It’s a nonprofit institution so the pay isn’t as competitive as it’s for profit competitors and if you live outside of a Mayo Clinic location the health insurance can be problematic and costly.
Culture, work life balance
Health insurance coverage outside of a Mayo served area
Loved my experience at Mayo! I learned so much and was able to work with my skills in giving patients best care. I worked with awesome team on Medical Oncology floor.
The work environment is secure. But they keep taking away benefits. I’ve also been there 12 years and have no parking. Annual cost of living raises occur but you don’t get recognition or pay for going above and beyond. At the same time you’re encouraged to be agile and think outside the box but can get chided for working or thinking outside the scope of your job. The politics are icky. It’s a good place to have on your resume. But your “rank” or “position” is very polarized and benefits are very unequally distributed.
If you are looking for a mission driven, patient centric work environment then look no further. Mayo Clinic is a super special place and I enjoyed most part of working here. IT can be a bit slow at times that's how NFP world works.
It was common knowledge that employees who worked there for a long time bullied new comers and management looked the other way. When I began working, I was hired under one title, then learned that the job was being reclassified and I went from salary to hourly.
Will never worked there again
The clinic i worked at wasn't very organized. They didn't have a very smooth system. Always had to float to other areas. You never knew where anything was like the forms or orders. It was team nursing which some people worked harder than others. Great company name but different story working there.
Great coworker and provders, scanning immunizations
Unorganized, team nursing, behind on epic