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- CEODr. Peter Pisters
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue$1B to $5B (USD)
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Great organization, however, you can only advance if you know powerful people. You would think that your hard day in and day out work would speak for itself, but you are still limited on how far you can climb the corporate ladder.
Outpatient Supervisor in TMC
on July 21, 2021
Patients can’t say enough about how wonderful the hospital is. However, nursing management needs to step it up. There’s always a focus on retention because the turnover is so high. Despite highly coveted benefits, many nurses opt to go elsewhere.
Registered Nurse in Houston, TX
on July 19, 2021
Overall, ok to work depending on what area you work in. Hospitality was nice in my experience. Some areas in Administration & departments still needs work in leadership. But that's probably the case in most places.
Department/Office Manager in Houston, TX
on July 19, 2021
I’m not sure how they have such a great reputation. Everyone that works here hates it but most of them are grandfathered in so they just take the abuse from managers and higher ups. It is disorganized and the pay is terrible for what is expected.
FINANCIAL CLEARANCE ASSOCIATE in Houston, TX
on July 3, 2021
MD Anderson Cancer Center was one of the best companies I ever work for. They promote growth but it depends who is your manager on the unit if they're going to work with your schedule. I love that they have committees and every employee must join atleast one to help make MD great. They teach you at the very beginning that I am MD Anderson to every employee. The doctors doesn't just listen to the nurses but they also involve the patient care techs. They specialize on unity . I often think why did I leave and I remember because I felt stuck. The schedule is really difficult and you have to work 4 days out a week two 12s and two 8 hour hours and sometimes it's every other day. I felt like management on the unit can be a little more understanding and I had no work/ life balance.
Patient Care Technician in Houston, TX
on June 22, 2021
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General nursing questions
Shared on August 16, 2019
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Shared on April 17, 2018
Nothing it was kinda what i exspected it to be but it wasn't
Shared on March 24, 2018
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- articleWhat’s it like working at MD Anderson Cancer Center?Published on May 24, 2021
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