University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Happiness rating is 64 out of 100
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About the company

  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $500M to $1B (USD)
  • Industry
    Education
  • Headquarters
    Little Rock, AR
  • Link
    University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences website
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Benefits

Employees at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

Dental insurance
Vision insurance
Life insurance
Health insurance
Paid time off
Mileage reimbursement

Rating overview

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Reviews

Patient Service Representative in Little Rock, AR
on August 5, 2022
UAMS is a great place to work. Benefits are good. The pay sucks, no raises just cost of living which is a few pennies. Old employee's should be able to get raises. New comer's get better pay than old employee's.
Technician in Little Rock, AR
on August 6, 2022
No annual merit raises. High turnover rate. Raises are given when most of the people in your area quit. If annual raises were the norm they wouldn't have to scramble constantly to keep people or hire new ones. When they do give these "please don't leave" raises they say the rate will be based on experience. That's a lie. People with less than a year of experience are getting paid the same amount as people who have years of experience.
Graduate Medical Education Coordinator in Fayetteville, AR
on August 5, 2022
After 16+ years in several different positions, I am leaving UAMS in August 2022. I have run out of justification and reasons for staying. These reasons included health insurance for my family and tuition discount for myself and my stepdaughters (they chose not to attend college). The chancellor received a 33% pay increase in the fall of 2021 but most employees have gone years without a pay increase (2018 for me). A one-time cost of living bonus does little good when it is taxed at roughly 50% and has a required deduction that is for your retirement account.
APRN in Little Rock, AR
on July 8, 2022
Supportive environment for someone who wants to learn and grow. Time of accumulated and not made to feel bad when taking off. Retirement benefits are great. Insurance is mediocre at best.
Research Associate in Little Rock, AR
on July 7, 2022
I started as a research associate and spent time in various labs. Sometimes the work can be stressful with long hours, but I did have the flexibility to plan the work. My co-workers were very hard-working and I felt the peer pressure.

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Shared on August 28, 2016

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