Be careful the management is terrible the to play favorites. Watch your back. It’s liking working that you are in high school. Everyone talked about everyone. The mangers write you up for petty things too!!! It ridiculous!!!
My specific department deals with a lot of team dynamics and individuals have plenty of opportunity to realize their potential. I've learned that with regards to any job, you get what you put in to it.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – May 25, 2018
Too few employees and unrealistic, disconnected management. Expect current staff to make up for lack of resources and foresight on behalf of management. Failure to realize they run a charity and still try to turn a profit.
As long as you work for a supportive manager, you will love your job and working environment. Most of the management was great. I only had an issue with one supervisor (which happened to be the manager I worked for after my initial manager left the company.) Everyone else was great!!
Data Entry Clerk/Outreach Coordinator (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – April 17, 2018
Culture was good, however no room for growth. The department I worked in made an impact in the homeless population lives. However, the company offered little to none in support of me getting a pay increase when I continually took on more responsibility over the span of 7 years.
Mount Carmel MediGold is not organized, Management is not professional and unless you like to be degraded this is not a place for you. VP's are flat out mean unless you meet their standards in body shape
It is an ok place to work. I did 10 hour days, four days a week, which wasn't too bad. The only bad thing was the hour drive to work and back. Great benefits. I think most of my coworkers and supervisors liked and appreciated me, despite my sudden departure determined by the HR department.
Great benefits. Some job advancement options. Decent pay.
Driving an hour back and forth to work early in the morning.
Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee) – Mount Carmel East – March 22, 2018
A typical day/night shift consists of 50-70 treatments first rounds, in which they expect you to complete without excuses and no staff. They do not offer bonuses to the respiratory therapist for picking up extra shifts like they do for the nurses and aides. Management does not back the department up and expects rt's to do everything the nurses tell them to do, right or wrong.