Terrible place to work! No raises it’s a slave shop
I love the diversity at Mount Sinai. I'm only two months in and the smiles and good morning and good evenings are pleasant. I float through the hospital and what I can see is that the ED should be expanded. Private room or section for 1:1 there. Other than that it's like a city inside of a building you have to learn every corner,street avenue as in a hospital every unit every floor and as much personal as possible. The first month was crazy for me but gradually you find a safe haven and start feeling fitting in. I love all the perks of being an employees to.. free yoga, mediation discounted tickets. list goes on #takeadvantage
It's a very challenging environment especially when you have three and four people sardined into a room meant for one pt ...Ideals are unrealistic and there is great chances of contracting Mrsa with the proximity of contact rooms ...The work environment flows as there is a high turnover and people do their tasks almost in rhythm...For most people it's just a paycheck.....It's a great starter for new nurses to get experience and then sadly leave it....What that place need is life and laughter ....Not robotic movements...
It's a very friendly place to work
Answered - Health Information technician (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL
It is a medical institution with it's own unique culture. patient driven.
Answered - Advanced Steam Operator (Former Employee) - New York, NY 10029
The work environment and culture are heading in the right direction
Answered - Operations Manager (Former Employee) - New York, NY
The mgr was from an outside consulting company. She micro managed and had no people skills. The 2 permanent employees did not respect her.
Answered - Contract - Wayne Perry & Associates (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL