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I like working at Sutter. The management is supportive to their staff and communicate clearly for the nost part. The staff is great and could not ask for more. Thank you for being supportive and making staff feel like they are a great team.

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There is a BIG gap between the way HR says an employee should be trained and how you are actually trained. I have been with Sutter a longtime and I see that there are two areas that need BIG improvement, 1) HR/training & education dept & Managers need to be on the same page as to what is expected to properly train a new hire instead of quickly half training them and then throwing them into the fire. This does nothing but cause extreme stress and anxiety. 2) Management should ask employees what areas they feel they need to grow in so that they feel more comfortable with their job. There’s sooo many changes regularly and processes and sometimes we need training/education. Also, the communication is very poor between management and staff. All the time I am constantly hearing about changes other staff were told but I wasn’t. It makes you feel bad and also makes you feel like an idiot if you keep doing things the old way. Anyways, yes Sutter has a lot of potentials, but they can be very nice to work for. The things I mentioned above are some of my biggest complaints.

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I have worked on Sutter for IMEDX

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Previous employers, Proof of education, criminal, drug test and physical

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The scheduled pay days are bi-weekly

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Co-workers were always very helpful. There was always team building events. I loved putting on fundraisers.

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Varies by department. For IT, it's typically $2000 - $3000 per person, per year. This includes all career-relevant training.

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No I don't believe they have externships.

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