It depends on your department Manager / Coworkers.
Non-Medical Technical (Former Employee) – Binghamton, NY – March 5, 2019
If you are fortunate enough to have a good manager and good team / department, UHS can be a fantastic place to work,.
Unfortunately, I had a coworker that just made the atmosphere unbearable. The manager had a terrible temper and would fly off the handle over little things and made some "bizarre" requests from his employees (not patient related, I was in a technical area).
It's unfortunate that what could be a great place to work can also be the most miserable job one has ever had (and I have had some very unappealing jobs as well as some awesome jobs).
I have worked in two other hospitals and truly enjoyed the position(s), my coworkers and greatly respected my manager(s). UHS, in this instance fell terrible short!!
I would recommend, that during the interview process, ask about morale and ask if you could speak to a couple of the team members. If they seem generally happy, than most likely you'll be happy. If you can see by the body language, they are working to put a positive spin on things, then weigh the pros and cons of the position you are interviewing for.
Depends on what department and team members you work with.
poor management, bad employees not properly handled.