REGISTRAR&FAMILY ADVOCATE (Current Employee) – South Dakota – June 6, 2018
not always around to answer questions, lack of appreciation for employees/ workers. Hardest part about the job was finding a spot to "fit" it most departments have to many "CLICKS" so it makes it hard to find someone nice.
Sanford was a great company to work for. They cared about their employees. They allowed their employees opportunities to learn and advance. The overall atmosphere was great and I met many great people at Sanford.
Food Service Assistant (Current Employee) – Fargo, ND – May 22, 2018
I'm in high school so my schedule is really unpredictable, but Sanford is great with working around it! I also got a lot of exposure to new people being in a hospital, and learned many skills having to do with communication.
Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Bismarck, ND – May 13, 2018
Sanford provides an environment that allows you to learn and grow in your career field. The staff at Sanford are professional and work well as a team. I would recommend this company for any newcomers to health care or those with experience.
typical work day is touch base with my staff and see if they need anything from me, Me and other maintenance man would then finis any open work orders, change filters as needed, check the boilers and general building maintenance. I learned managing skills and prioritizing work to be done. It was a very enjoyable place to work. Hardest part of the job was finding local contractors
Mail Clerk (Former Employee) – Fargo, ND – May 5, 2018
Loved working there. My co workers were awesome. I learned a lot of new things. The manager was wonderful. Hours were ok. Benefits weren’t the greatest. Had to quit because flu shot became mandatory and would be put on furlough until flu season was over.
Vice President-Human Resources, Fargo Region (Former Employee) – Fargo, ND – April 27, 2018
As the VP of Human Resources I oversaw a staff of approximately 65 employees and programs in all areas of HR. The culture was evolving due to the merger when I resigned. I can no longer speak to that anymore.
Prepared sterile and non-sterile compounds. Helped with dispensing and filling Acudoses. Performed medication reconciliation as a P3. Able to work at least one day per week and every 2nd or 3rd weekend. Overnight weekends every 3 months.
I have been here for over a year as a cna. I started at $11 and make $11.08 now. Everyone gets a 1% raise yearly and that is it. New people are hired on at a higher rate than I am making due to the needs.
Profile INTERN - IT Personal Systems Technician (Current Employee) – Sioux Falls, SD – April 12, 2018
Profile is a great place to work, I have been told the the IT departments at Sanford hospitable is not the best and there infrastructure needs to be redone. Profile by Sanford is a great place to work, good environment bright colors and new infrastructure and great scalability, and the co-workers are great. It is a happy environment and a positive place to work. If you cannot handle humor stay away from profile.
Flexible hours, Good managers, Great people at the corporate location, little to no swearing.
When I told people that I work at Sanford Health, they're first reaction us usually "Oh wow, you much make so much working there", if only that was the truth. From the inside it is obvious that that they are trying to cut employee costs wherever they can. They "didn't have money in the budget for coffee in the employee break room", however they can sponsor a marathon to the point where they can put their name on it. Employee satisfaction leaves a lot to be desired.
n/a (Former Employee) – Fargo, ND – March 31, 2018
Every day you receive a text to come to work because you are short. Management doesn't seem to care about this and the turn over is constant. Upper management doesn't mind taking a bigger raise than the people working the floors. They don't appreciate their employees nor do they care about keeping them around. You're just another number on the payroll.