ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES AIDE (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – August 17, 2018
Sutter Health is an excellent place of employment. In my 3 year experience working for Sutter I was appreciated as an employee. Management was very involved with providing day to day instruction and training, when needed, to ensure that employees performed their duties accordingly.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Mather, CA – August 15, 2018
Imagine a workplace where backstabbing is rampant, zero leadership, toxic and a definition of a bully environment. Dare to go to HR or report unethical behavior? Prepare to be slowly demeaned by "team members" that were reported on. I was in a staff position where I was unfortunately privy to daily meltdowns and HR issues, by staff at multiple job titles. With many years' experience in multiple departments and managers, I found that the toxicity is rampant no matter where I went in SHIS, finally resigning with an excellent review in my hand. I was so confused and conflicted - was truly committed to making Sutter my workplace 'home' until retirement.
SURGICAL TECHNOLOGIST (Current Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – August 6, 2018
the facility was a good place to work, the case load was up and down so some weeks you didnt get your 40 hours and others you worked overtime. They paid you to train other employees which is something I have never seen in the ST role
Buyer (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – August 1, 2018
There is an open office so that there are no real cubicles. In a health care setting this is bad because of the delicate information being talked about. That being said, it can be very difficult to have a conversation on the phone because you can hear the people around you. There is no real work life balance. Most positions could be remote but there a lot of older people in management that don't understand how much better of a culture it would be, how much happier their employees would be, and how much money it would save the company overall. Being located in Roseville also creates a bad drive situation for most employees having a long commute.The company also boasts change and willingness to adapt but most of the management has been there for many many years and really don't want to change or adapt. Also, for being a health care organization the owns the care facilities and benefits plan they have horrible benefits.
employee culture is changing for the worse; FAST !
Senior Tech (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – July 20, 2018
great people in every dept of the hospital. The Diagnostic imaging department has 2 new supervisors that are gutting the place of experienced motivated employees while working to identify the weak workers. Sad - sad - sad
Imaging Scheduler/Receptionist (Current Employee) – Modesto, CA – July 16, 2018
Best benefits I've received at any job. With Sutter Health in general, you will learn Lean anywhere you go. It is something they are trying to implement company wide and many employees are not fond of it. Management is very nice everywhere you go.
CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT INTERN (JUNE (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – July 16, 2018
Sutter Health offers employees opportunities to succeed, but there is a necessity to be active in searching for advancing in any position. Management varies in quality, but is about average for the most part.
Health Information Clerk (Current Employee) – California – July 14, 2018
My specific job is incredibly boring and tedious, but overall Sutter is a great place to work. Management is not good at letting people go that are not good performers of their duties or constantly complain to the point that no one in the department wants to sit next to them.
Due to extreme favoritism this job became less and less desirable.
Patient Care Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – July 11, 2018
It wasn't the job duties or the Patients but rather the Staff that excersied extreme favoritisms that created an unpleasant work atmosphere. Many of the Staff do not have sufficient education for this type of work and many use high school type behaviors to prevail a hostile work environment. The Best part of the job was working directly with the Patients and Worse was dealing with immature Staff.
Modesto - Patient Transporter (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA – July 6, 2018
One of the best places I have worked. Great pay along with flexible hours. Great staff that focuses on paitient health and customer service. I decided to leave because I was tired of all the sights in the E.R. However it was a great experience and I am grateful for the connections working there as well as improving my own job skills.