Norton is a great place to work...brace yourself for the “catch 22”
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – August 28, 2018
First Norton prides itself on diversity, room for advancement, and great benefits...they are FOS. First know that you do technically get paid for holidays...as long as you’re okay with it coming out the same bank as your vacation. By the way sick days, vacation, and holidays are all in the same bank. You only occur 5.75 of PTO as a new employee full time. It’s at your mangers “discretion” if you get a point For not having enough PTO to cover a holiday. They cap out at 11 hours in PTO per pay period. Norton is all about who you know and if your liked by management. The offices run in cliques. The hourly pay was great but they don’t pay you for mileage when being sent to help another office. If you go to work everyday on time and do your job you should be fine. They give raises across the board. It’s not based on individual performance. Norton is always understaffed and the first year turnover is horrible. Even the doctors are fed up with working like dogs. The offices are moving towards walk in clinics. Patients can be 30 minutes late for an appointment and still be seen. The appointment can be for a headache. It’s all about the “budget”. Your supposed to get two 10 minute breaks and a 30...yea good luck. Your lucky to get a full 30 minute lunch uninterrupted.
Drug rep lunches(free lunch), %100 paid maternity/paternity leave for 4 weeks
Unappreciative, long hours if understaffed, no paid holidays