Insurance Specialist (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – November 29, 2018
A typical day at work was filled with challenges. You were always put in a positive atmosphere to learn something new everyday. I enjoyed my job, however due to several eye surgeries, I am now not able to work on a computer as much. Even now with a handicap, I have worked with such a wonderful team that I do not want to put them at a deficit because I know that my ability to get things done now will be much slower because of my sight. I would love to be able toremain with Temple, as I have worked there over 15 years. If I am able to find something in another area (with minimum computer use), that would work fine with me....
Great Team Spirit, lots of wonderful opportunities.
A large number of people who quality for the same promotions if available.
Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – November 7, 2018
I love working at Temple, but I want to retire in Florida soon and relocate since my husband is retired. I worked with a nice team and enjoy them daily. I experienced working on first shift for 4 to 5 years , moved to second shift and finally landed to third shift which I enjoyed most.
Patient Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 26, 2018
The salary was wonderful as well as the benefits the jet was promising with Ruth for advancement. Tuition reimbursement was available to all staff members as well as training programs. The emergency room staff where I worked Met my expectations of patient care.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 13, 2018
The compensation and benefits is the best part of Temple. Management is terrible. They hire people with no knowledge of the flor they’re hired for and they usually start out with the bare minimum educational requirements. Unable to properly handle employees and situations that arise.
Leadership (Former Employee) – Temple University Hospital – September 27, 2018
Worst Place to work in a leadership position. The nurses are rude and disrespectful to leadership and their patients. It is a neverending job. The union controls the leadership decisions. There is no support and appreciation for excellence. Your success as a leader is based on who likes you and not your results. If you don't kiss up to your director and do as she pleases, you are outcast. There is no room for growth for a person of color. All they ask is that you shut up and do as they asked. Your opinion does not matter.
Disrespect, no appreciation, favoritism and discrimination.
Unit Clerk Floater (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 19, 2018
this is a very fast paced job, but if you are a great part-time employee your supervisor may hold you back from advancing. They have good incentives for hard work or working 16hr days. they acknowledge good work and they have tuition reimbursement for people who wants to go to school for nursing or other programs
Crisis Response Technician (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 11, 2018
i've been at temple only a few months now and i love it i am paid well the doctors and management are GREAT! what i love most about here is they recognize you for your job well done NO GOOD DEED GOES UNNOTICED here and sometimes you need that in the work place to feel somewhat appreciated!