Love my teaching job but don't love not getting paid
Health Educator (Current Employee) – Silver Spring, MD – October 31, 2016
I've been working for Trinity Health as a contractor for just over 2yrs. Multiple times I have gone without being paid for a month. Even after emailing with my supervisor and her efforts to fix the issues there has been no resolution and they are still 2 weeks behind on getting me up to date on what they owe me.
I have filed a complaint with the compliance department and still no resolution. I love my teaching job and the kids I work with but I have now suffered irreversible financial hardship which is a direct result of not receiving my paycheck on time. I updated my address with them in August and it's still not updated in their system. During all the times my supervisor has checked on any info they have lied and told her it was all up to date or had been sent out and it wasn't at all.
I'm hoping they get this fixed by implementing direct deposit for contractors but that still hasn't happened and it's 2016. Get with it Trinity Health.. We are people too and have needs to cover but you don't seem to care about your employees which is a running theme on this site just as others I've found. Really hope they get it fixed and doesn't happen to others like me.
Love the kids I teach
No direct deposit, No response about complaints, He lies about paychecks being sent out
I have worked at Trinity for 16years. It has been a good source of employment for me. I worked 13 years on a telemetry floor, and the last 3 years in PACU. I have worked 12 hour shifts, including nights,weekends,holidays. I worked as a staff RN, and charge/PCS. The last 3 years,I have worked as a recovery nurse, including pre-op, and same day services. Post op care of all major surgeries,including abdominal,orthopedic, vascular,bariatric,as well as ENT,oral,and gyn. Post op ventilator experience, as well as critical care.
Accumulate PTO hours, health benefits, excellent co-workers
I work in recovery, work a lot of call time, long hours when on call.
Lab Registration Clerk/phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Muskegon, MI – April 5, 2018
Delightful to work for, fun challenging, high stressful always work short due to being understaff. managing the high volume of patients and being short staff most enjoyable part is taking care of patients, and making them smile, making there visit more pleasant.
Rehabilitation Aide (Current Employee) – Muskegon, MI – March 29, 2018
Its a good place to work if you learn to work the job and not the job work you. I feel we need to work as a team and the nurses should not put everything on the CNAs. Like asking lights. like tells us need something and they could right by the room and we're giving care in another room. New girls come there and they riding their backs every minute. Everyone gets along and we lookout for each other.
While I had a job that was needed and required it was great. Once the job changed no one informed me nor that I had received a new manager so tensions began to build, so once I had decided to move it was time to go.
Server (Current Employee) – Walker, MI – March 4, 2018
Don’t work here. It is awful. The management in the kitchen will to write you up if you have an opinion that they don’t agree with. They will leave you alone as long as you don’t call in, in your first 90 days. This place just is an awful place to work. The only thing that is nice is your coworkers. Your opinion is asked for. But it is not considered.
LPN (Current Employee) – Livonia, MI – March 1, 2018
This place is so nice to work, especially if you have been in other companies where the work load is heavy. HOWEVER, You can’t enjoy the environment due to constant mandation and horrible management. Staff tends to be nice but you have to watch them as those with a history there tend to click together against you. There downfall is management and mandation. They are understaffed. Management always assume rather than believe you. They will fire you based on what someone else said only because they know the other person better than you. No balance in management to nurse. No patience in listening to staff. They rather tell you what to do rather than try to work things out with you. Nurses also tend to have responsibilities that THE unit manger should have. They expect nurses to do EVERYTHING YET PAY YOU LESS. You only see your money when they mandate you. Good thing is they pay OT for anything pass 8 hours. You’ll easily get 35.00 and hour if you get mandated
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Michigan – February 20, 2018
I worked as a RN graduate right out of school, and soon discovered that floor nursing (especially Ortho Floor nursing) wasn't for me. Overall Trinity Health is a good company to work for, I wasn't happy on the floor I was on.
Trinity fast paced and stressful at times. Very meaningful moments due to the families and patients of that facility. Meeting workers that later became friends, a positive. Management could use improvement. for disciplinary actions of their long term employees. Equality of employees within management questionable. Employee turn around ever revolving.
RN (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – February 9, 2018
If you value your nursing license do not apply at Glacier Hills. They will have you caring for 44+ sub abut high acuity pts and responsible for four sets of narc keys for four halls. Mgmt is hands off and will not help. Expect 2 nurses in CRC on nights and as of lately only 4 during he day and evening for all 88 CRC pts. High nurse turnover and poor scheduling always guilting into picking up holes in schedule only to work short. Many staff abusing FMLA.
Co nurses and Cna’s, compensation
Inadequate Staffing, hands off management, high acuity with inadequate and inexperienced nurses
Financial Counselor (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – February 8, 2018
my work in financial counseling involved meeting w customers who requested assistance in getting healthcare coverage and who requested assistance for payments balances after their insurance. Management was team oriented and professional in conduct Workplace culture was team based with continuous improvement Hardest part for me of job was adjusting to workload, and utilizing new technology packages as they became available to Once I adjusted was able to manage workload better and increase efficiency
Directo of Nursing Services (Current Employee) – Seguin, TX – February 6, 2018
The owner Ryan Harrington is an amazing person and genuinely cares about his employees. Best company I have worked for so far. Typical day includes overseeing the entire nursing department for the building and ensuring that residents are taking care of properly and safely.
Administrator of this building is unrealist.
Administrator of this building will write an employee up in a heartbeat.
IS Service Desk Support (Current Employee) – Livonia, MI – February 6, 2018
Trinity is concerned about their employees work and life balance. It is a busy place to work and a lot of information to take in. There is continual training opportunities. I enjoy working with my peers.