Newborn Hearing Screener (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 27, 2018
Awesome entry-level job to get some hospital experience! Hours ranged from 2-8 hours depending on the hospital nursery census. Wish the compensation and hours were better because I would have liked to still be working there, but the drive was too long for only 2 hours of pay.
New born hearing screener (Former Employee) – United States – July 26, 2018
Loved working here wish I could've continued but my pockets wouldn't let me. Driving almost an hour to work just to get two hours a day I was spending more money than what I was making it's not the company it's just if you don't have many babies you may not get many hours pay was great just needed more hours which they simply couldn't provide so I moved on sorry not sorry I'm just tired of being broke 🤷♀️on to the next 💃
Hearing Screener (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 4, 2018
You will not advance in this company. Mangement in Chicago region very unprofessional and incompetent, not very helpful or team oriented, other hearing screeners will not speak up. The hours a very little, Area Supervisor wants you to go above and beyond but she is not willing to do the same. Being phony is want supervisor does best. Not a good company I can recommend
Pay, hours, management and the hospitals you work in
You never really know what your day will be like until you arrive at work. You experience a lot of different attitudes and scenarios daily. You must be able to interact with different people and be comfortable doing so.
Customer Service Capital Equipment Manager (Current Employee) – Middleton, WI – April 29, 2018
I work 12 plus hour days Company expects manager to be available at all times hard to have a life most enjoyable part of my job is the people I work with. I have a great team and shield them from the managment
Hearing Screener (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – March 25, 2018
Management was horrid. I was jerked around from the beginning. I was hired and it took months to start work. Paper work was messed up. Took training I was never paid for. Long drive to work for 2 hour pay, and had to pay for parking. Was told this would be a flexible job while in school and work, but this was untrue. Only got 4-8 hours a week.
The most hours a week I got was 13. Even the "full-time" employees could not even get 25 due to the number of babies needing screened. I would drive an hour to work to get less than 2 hours paid time. There is little to no communication from management. The nurses of the hospital do not respect you. You do not even have a key card to supply closets for things as small as sanitary wipes or gloves. Therefore we are told by our supervisor to "just take some out of empty rooms when needed". The oldest employee has only been there for 5 months. The work itself is rewarding, as you tend to babies, although you are only able to put the sensors on and leave. There is no educating work or skills to be learned. I do not recommend this job.
Experience at a hospital
Pay, hours, poor communication, no privileges or benefits
I worked here while I was in nursing school and the hours were flexible they were always willing to work with my availability. I loved working with the babies and the managers were awesome. Great experience!
Training lasts until your comfortable, work independently, flexible
i like natus, i only criticize their methods i think they are out dated with technology in comparison to their competion at alliance. natus should figure out a way to give a full time schedule to all of their workers.
District Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 31, 2017
Working with customers is very satisfying. Finding best solution to issues keeps each day new and exciting. I've learned how to be patient, how to listen and repeat what I hear for clarification. Learned to do what you say your going to do. Hardest part is fluctuations in income. Satisfied customers and sales reps. Being #1 at the end of the year!
The Company is too focused on growth and needs to spend more time getting their IT infrastructure and software programs working much better. They also need to focus on creating a company culture where everone is rowing the boat in the same direction.
Screener (Former Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – March 25, 2017
I was hired back in February after interviewd with a supervisor via online. A lot of things was needed as far as drug testing and n95 that I had to pay for myself. Online training that I never got to use. Just a lot of time wasted on getting ready to work and never worked. This company basically hadn't secured the account within the hospital I was to be working. It took weeks to find what happened to actually starting which never happened. Then they decided to pay something to the people that they basically jerked around and promised a severance pay because people was counting on working no severance pay still ... worst company ever.
The pay amount was ok but
Too many things to mention...the lack of communican between employer and employee
Senior Medical Label Designer (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – March 17, 2017
Wonderful experience with a top notch Medical company serving the needs of Newborns. Very advanced in their technology and pursuing even further breakthroughs to stay on top of their game. Great management & environment to learn about the complex world of Regulatory, FDA and Medical products & packaging. Would love to work full time or even a longer contract with Natus! The Seattle & local neighborhood culture was ideal for artists & designers to thrive & enjoy--even lunch outings were an adventure! Georgetown for example: eclectic, avant garde, and endless variety of superb food- even a Glass Blowing school, with open door viewing!So much to see & do. Ideal workplace indeed!