Injured on the job, went through Sedgwick which was horrible! I live with chronic pain in my right arm, wrist and joints of my fingers. Wanted to return to work several times but supervisors wouldn’t allow it.
Layoffs, reductions in force and reorganizations are a common occurance at Providence. I anticipate that this will continue as the merger of Providence and Saint Joseph Health System continues. I wish the mission statement would apply to employees.
I got hurt on the job as a RN and found out that Providence used an independent insurance group called Sedgewick. I had to get a lawyer and fight them for 4 1/2 years to get compensation from them. I still live with chronic neck, left arm and back pain. I am unable to work full time and now work for 1/2 the amount of money I made before the injury.
I was fired with no explanation. I had come to work my shift, where I was met at the door, then escorted to my locker to clean out then escorted back out the front door. I called HR a year later to ask for reason of termination. Lady in HR pulled file and the was no reason put on paper but said No rehire.
Micromanagement, and poor pay
Answered - Identity and Access Management Analyst (Current Employee) - Portland, OR
Went back to school
Answered - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) - Palos Heights, IL
I left this job at Providence to work at another facility for more money.
Answered - Supervisor and charge nurse (Former Employee) - Thomaston, GA
Laid off, after 1 quarterly loss :(
Answered - Enterprise Architect (Current Employee) - Renton, WA
I am still employed here prn.
Answered - Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) - Oxford, MS
Relocated due to personal issues.
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