Prefer not to say (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – March 14, 2019
Poor management. Conflicts of interest within the department. Poor training. Unorganized schedule.(Never knew where I'd be from day to day). My manager was unprofessional and when I brought it up to her boss I was told to deal with it because she was leaving soon and she is that way with everybody. I would not recommend getting a job here.
Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee) – st joes oakland – March 6, 2019
The respiratory Manager is one of the worst I have ever worked for. He is very negative, condescending, and never has anything nice to say about his staff. The department is ran on a skeleton crew and he does not care. the staff is very overworked and frowned upon for taking a lunch or break. Worst mistake I ever made was leaving my current job and coming to St Joes respiratory department.
Typical day at work consists of dealing with various situations involving patients needs. At times it can be challenging to get their cooperation. This has taught me patience. I learn a little more each concerning dealing with people. This is the most challenging part of my job.
Unit Clerk (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – January 19, 2019
I enjoyed my time with St Joe. I left because I needed full time employment. It was also hard to move to other departments. I applied for a position in another department. My application was in review status for 2 weeks before being turned down.
Co-workers, some of the doctors and nurses were friendly, work schedule
Full time not available, not able to advance to other departments
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Dunwoody, GA – January 7, 2019
From entry level to the CEO very professional. Well organized. Very willing to encourage the staff in skills and education. Great group of nurses they work as a team. The mission of compassion and to show mercy.
CSPD (Former Employee) – Pontiac Mich – November 28, 2018
SJMH is not loyal to their employees. always short staffed and no proper training for new employees, No room for advancement. no team engagement, Nepotism. Manager has a my way or no way attitude, never available and untruthful, poor to no follow up. .Non supportive. Afternoon Supervisor has a bad attitude unapproachable, .
Fair pay and benefits
understaffed. mandatory overtime. no team engagement
Middle management unknowledgable (some-certainly not all), immediate crew and pamazing
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – October 3, 2018
Love the team-from reception staff to physicians and everyone in between. But middle management isn’t very knowledgeable, which in turn causes much unnecessary difficulty, making everyone jobs harder. Suggestions and constructive feedback is NOT welcomed.
Insurance mid range, various extras available if wanting to pay for them, nonprofit
Fair to poor match 403B, minimal education opportunities unless directly required for job (ACLS for ex)
REGISTERED NURSE (Current Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – September 13, 2018
I love working for St Joes in Ann Arbor. The facility is beautiful, senior nursing management is inspiring. Tuition reimbursement is lower than I would like. Benefits are not as good as I would like. Despite 13 years of experience, being certified, belonging to a nursing organization and chairing my unit based council and sitting on 3 other leadership councils I am having a tough time advancing my career. I'm looking outside of the organization at this point.
Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Ypsilanti, MI – September 4, 2018
I was hired as a social worker, but would "talked to" when trying to help patients access community resources. After a few months I went to HR regarding my supervisor and within 2 days I was let go. You couldn't pay me to go back.
Manager (Current Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – August 27, 2018
Love the mission-driven compelling work that I do! So thankful for an inspiring leader who helps me to get resources needed, removes barriers and encourages me. Supports continued education - the tuition reimbursement benefits is so much better than any of my previous hospital employers! Since joining SJMHS I am so happy. My career has taken off, I love the work I do and the people that I work with and know that we are making the difference in the lives of patients and the community.
Benefits, culture, pay, atmosphere, career advancement
1st Year Student Radiographer (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – August 23, 2018
Being a first year student not knowing what to do and not wanted to screw anything up, i was really stressed out because of how much i beat myself up. I am thankful that the techs were patient with me as i tried to learn as much as i could in the one year i was working there. the manager was efficient and would jump into the department and help when needed. the radiologists are also patient with students which is a plus.
Location next to my school, Techs know how to teach, dedicated OR techs