My short time working at Sinai wasn’t pleasant at all. I endured bullying, threats, an blatant disrespect from superiors. Unfortunately I was apart of a float pool within Sinai an basically I would fill in short term for departments that needed help temporarily. However, those temporary positions “may” turn into
A permanent position if an only if you become the office tattle tale, undermine you’re immediate colleges to appease the “managers”, or if your willing to do your hours & do not socialize, just go home until your next shift you’ll be fine. I’m a extroverted, inquisitive, honest type of person therefore, those restrictions did not work for me. Hence, not successfully passing my “probationary period. After workin for Sinai I began to think all hospital facilities run the same way “every man for themselves” so I have a plan to create a work environment where diversity truly does comes first & the wherewithal to understand that will always be our mission. Thanks for reading add feedback, stay blessed !!!
Social work department had annual 3% raise. However, there is also a 5 level career ladder that you apply for after # amount of years for a much greater raise
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Mount Sinai Health System a better place to work?
Change the culture. All employees would be treated fairly and respected. I would also demand more transparency.
I will be graduating next year with my MSW specializing in Medical Social Work, does this hospital normally hire new graduates?
YES they will and they love new grads! You don't even need to be licensed (LMSW) yet. They will complete the documents for LMSW probation and then you're expected to take you test. You must pass your text within the year of hire since you are in healthcare and they require it