Penn State Health
Happiness rating is 64 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Steve Massini
  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 418 reviews and is evolving.


Registered Nurse in Hershey, PA
on September 15, 2021
Great team and co workers. Made some great friends along the way. Upper management, unfortunately, always concerned with numbers over their nurses' mental health and overall wellbeing especially in the wake of covid.
Food Service Worker in Hershey, PA
on September 15, 2021
Staring out there are a very few nice people there other than that everyone is very rude and does not know how to talk to others nor communicate properly. Most feel like they can talk to someone any type of way and you’re supposed to be okay with it and not say anything. They are biased against newer employees versus the people that have been there for years. You can’t do anything wrong, the smallest thing will have the entire main kitchen come down on you like it’s the end of the world. Management is even worst especially the higher ups that sit in their offices all day, you can speak to someone in management about an issue and instead of addressing the situation everyone has an excuse as to why someone is or was rude to someone else which is no way to manage a company. As short staffed as they are most of management will stand around giving orders rather than jumping in to help. Starting out I thought it was somewhere I’d see myself for a while but now I see why they have such a high turn over rate. So with that being said there are jobs I’d return to because no job is perfect but this place would never be one of them.
Registered Nurse in Camp Hill, PA
on September 15, 2021
Staffing ratios are unrealistic and based upon how many nurses actually showed up for their shift. It wasn’t uncommon to have 6 patients on a med tele floor (some pt’s on drips). Management acts like they care, but they don’t.
HIM Clinical Information Systems Analyst in Hershey, PA
on September 9, 2021
Productive environment. Employees efforts were recognized with celebration luncheons, monthly birthday party, picnics and after-work get togethers.
RN Staff Nurse in Camp Hill, PA
on August 31, 2021
management was dismissive and did not value employees. Commuication was not clear. When PSH took over things went downhill. Cut weekend pay, less time to clock in. Culture is very much agree with management and higher ups or don't say anything. Coworkers were wonderful, technology is new, educated providers.

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