PruittHealth
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The pay for all roles vary by location.

Answered by PruittHealthSeptember 23, 2016

We've made great progress in streamlining our processes to include many steps in the recruiting and hiring process. Each location usually manages the interview process on their own which increases the chances that the process varies by location. We are still working on standardization where possible. We apologize if there was a negative interview experience. We truly are committed to caring and look for new partners who are also committed to caring. Good luck on your interview.

Answered by PruittHealthSeptember 23, 2016

We've made great progress in streamlining our processes to include many steps in the recruiting and hiring process. Each location usually manages the interview process on their own which increases the chances that the process varies by location. We are still working on standardization where possible. We apologize if there was a negative interview experience.

Answered by PruittHealthSeptember 23, 2016

No state benefits, poor benefits, high insurance premiums, no 401k match as of 09/2018, Cheistmas is the only paid holiday

Answered September 14, 2019

Unless there is some great motivated mangers and Administrators in teir facilities they are going to continue with law suits .

Answered April 7, 2020

I was with the company for a year and a half as an Office Manager. I received A twenty one cent raise and had an excellent performance rating. I know for a fact that hire ups receive a lot more.

Answered March 16, 2018

Keep up with what's going on in your buildings. Have a kind heart, and SHOW the residents and staff that you care about them. Make sure your administrators and DONs actually know what they are doing and that they don't lie constantly about what's going on. STOP FILLING BUILDINGS IF YOU CAN'T STAFF THEM. Staff gets burnt out so the morale goes down and if short-staffed, are told they aren't allowed to take PTO time. Calling out when we have an emergency or are sick is a joke to supervisors. They will belittle you and talk about you behind your back to other employees. They make it seem like you're the one not doing your job, when in all actuality they are lying to cover up things. They will split up people who work together well because they can't pin them against each other. They only like the employees who have their back whether or not they are in the wrong. They call you almost every time you have a day off begging for you to work and if you say no they make it seem like you're the worst employee, even if you do normally come in when asked.

Answered June 22, 2020

Stressed. Administrators don't have control of facilities. AVP has all control. PH is using your credentials.

Answered May 14, 2018

I had to wait until I was 18 and graduated high school, so it took a few months. Otherwise I was switched to the floor a few days after graduating high school.

Answered February 18, 2020
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