Internship (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – March 21, 2019
This internship was also apart of my future field of work. I loved the diversity at this particular hospital. My experience at this hospital was very hands-on. Everyday was a teaching moment and I am very grateful for the experience.
Cardiac Critical Care Unit Representative (Former Employee) – Livingston, NJ – March 19, 2019
SBMC is a great place to work but lately its all politic to make the hospital bigger but at the same time they forgotten about the employees and too many of them left or transfer to another facility. I had 22 great yrs but then again its all work, work and work to do better.
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Township of Hamilton, NJ – March 19, 2019
Only a nice place to work because of my co-workers. Not respectful of their employees and do not compensate according to skills and experience. Newly hired employees are making the same salary or more than employees with 5+ years service to the company who do much more than they are as a new employee.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – New Jersey – March 19, 2019
RWJ sets the bar for nursing. The hospital respects nursing staff fosters new nurses and prepares you to care for patients of all types. As a level one trauma center there are many specialties that provide services at RWJNB
Lead Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Livingston, NJ – March 12, 2019
Assisting clients with daily living skills, being able to create comfort while in a hospital is rewarding. You learn to have compassion, and patience. All staff members were very communicative and professional. I enjoyed meeting new people.
working on different hospital units learning about post care, rehabilitation burn victims and child care
when you do all you can to make them better and a client still face difficulties
Manager (Current Employee) – Somerville, NJ and Hamilton, NJ – March 12, 2019
So much emphasis on financial performance that important functions are sometimes compromised. Some years we had no raises, even when significant changes were made to cost of health benefits. This organization is extremely inconsistent; each location varies considerably. Some areas are filthy. Local HR is understaffed. A lot of nepotism. Some very unprofessional leaders and some great ones.
financial performance, capital investment, leadership
Unit Representative (Former Employee) – Livingston, NJ – March 7, 2019
Have been working there for over 6 year now as a unit clerk. Have Seen clerks become nurses, nurses become nurse practicitoners, and residents become doctors. The culture there is collaborative. The pay is decent for what we do at the job. It is very flexible in terms of being a nursing student myself. Management always works with my hectic school schedule.
Assistant Access Management Coordinator (Current Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – March 3, 2019
Good Place of Employment to have on your resume. As far as Patient Access goes most supervisors have a hard time with backing up their staff and have high rates of turnovers within the department and company.
CLINICAL CARE TECHNICIAN (Current Employee) – Somerset, NJ – February 26, 2019
A typical day requires you to walk at least 20,000 steps a day. There's a lot of responsibility with the job, but it's rewarding in the end if it's the type of work you choose to do. The day goes by quickly because I like what I do and there's just so much to do you don't have time to look at the clock. And I like being on my feet
Medical Laboratory Scientist (Former Employee) – Livingston, NJ – February 20, 2019
Poor management leads to poor scheduling/staffing, unexpected doubles and overtime. They are slow to enact any change no matter how positive it may be (cause of money), reticent to listen to complaints/suggestions. Good workers are exploited to make up for the ones who don't work as hard/well. Management does little to control the belligerent minority, leading to a toxic work culture where people are rewarded for mediocre work and bad attitudes while good workers lose hope. A good majority of us are tired and jaded. Sadly, this is quite common in most labs I have worked. So I suppose I can sum up by saying this is a run of the mill lab?
Decent pay if you negotiate
Toxic work culture, poor management, poor staffing
Overall its not a bad place to work. The majority of the employees work together. We help each other to get the job done. The problem is staffing. We are not always fully staff. While you accumulate sick days your only allowed to used 4 a year.