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They are clickish!!!! Like any other job if not related to someone or know someone they team up on you. Wasn't very happy working there!!! Not a great place to work

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I am almost 2 years in at Ochsner. Ochsner will try ANYTHING not to give you a raise. And the raise is pathetic, and insulting. But the only way to transfer into other departments is if one gets an 'exceeding expectations'. So if you get a job at Ochsner it better be a job you love. Because the pay will be bad, you won't get a raise, and you won't transfer elsewhere.

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It was more than 30 years ago.
I remember it being positive.

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Hours were good

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Great benefits. Was hard to leave

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Find the manager of the department you are applying to on LinkedIn and message them. If not, your resume will be mixed with 1000 other resumes, or even worse if you answered 1 question wrong the system automatically deleted you for the job.

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You have no sick time! They don't care about you. If you miss work because you are sick then it's held against you. You can be in a comma for 2weeks, it don't matter. Your parent can be dying, they don't care. Please don't waist your time. This is not a good company

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Would ENSURE ZERO FAVORITISM. When overall performance results in good financial performance then salary increases should result.

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