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Employee Satisfaction

    • 3.5Overall compensation for your work
    • 3.9Job Security
    • 4.0Company Image
    • 3.6Career Development
    • 4.0Challenging Work
    • 3.9Company Culture
    • 3.5Internal Communication
    • 3.9Teamwork
    • 3.6Work-Life Balance
    • 3.5Support from management
    • 3.9Freedom to work independently
    • 3.8Office / Work Environment
    • 3.8Environmental Friendliness
    • 4.3Handicapped Accessibility
    • 4.1Workplace Safety
    • 4.0Inclusive / Diverse
    • 4.2Gender Equality
    • 4.0Attitude towards older colleagues

Companies are rated on kununu across 18 unique factors that fall into 4 categories. Since 2014, 424 employees and candidates rated this company with an average of 3.8 points.

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What employees say

Employees like

Providence really does try and care for the poor and the vulnerable and its nice to see a company that cares about the people they treat. We would not be here if it was not for the patients and that shows in the way the company tries to strive for greatness in the communities. they also offer competitive pay and great opportunities to move up in the company if you work hard.
Good team environment, good amount of training, emphasis on safety and just culture, emphasis on trauma informed care, lots of communication and debriefing (employees are always in the know), lots of education and professional development opportunities.
Providence gives the impression of really caring about their employees. Very soon after I was hired and became gravely ill, but was accommodated and the health insurance that came with my employment allowed me to seek the care I required.
Employees and managers work hand-in-hand in making sure there's an open door policy if any concerns. It's a very positive working atmosphere with the employees and staff. Would highly recommend working there to all my friends and family.
Sharing a calling to serve people in the greatest time of need brings together diverse personalities. This diversity builds creativity in finding solutions and ways to care for those in need in increasingly innovative ways.
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Employees don't like

Once Providence took over a lot of new policies and protocols have been implemented. Not all work in our demographic like at HQ. Sometimes feels very corporate and more like a business than healthcare. Wish that the higher ups could listen more to the hands on clinical staff. A lot of departments are constantly short staffed but we all are able to do our jobs, therefore they don’t see the need for more staff. Over worked employees lose morale and ...
Company represents themselves as being for the people and community, but will make moves that do not ease the way of the people (customers, community, and employees) for the sake of profit. Will pretend to listen to employees and offer ways for employees to provide feedback and ideas, but the agenda seems to be predetermined. Company is all a show.
IN healthcare if you earn less than the average worker in your community this is a serious issue but to then say you can't afford to pay workers more than turn around and give senior leadership 10+ million dollar bonuses you are missing what actually makes your company run.
Support from management in regards to going back to the mission statement and core values, patient safety should come above the bottom line. Over-worked nurses make mistakes and cost the community harm. Staffing ratios were unjust for the level of acuity.
They say they understand work/life balance, but don't.If we lose an employee, instead of auto refilling that position we have to fight for that body all over again, but then they get angry that we don't get as much done and get burned out.
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Suggestions for improvement

The improvement I would make is standardize the way the company provides care no matter the size of the facility. I have worked in both a large and small facility and they do not operate the same. The smaller facility claims it's because they just do things differently and can't be compared to a large city facility.
Upper management needs to be more in touch with employees. They have one goal--make money. Employees have another--provide safe care. There has to be a way to provide safe care without compromising safety
Keep all employees informed of vital changes. Ensure that core leaders are passing down all imperative information to their staff, regardless of position or level of seniority
I would make sure there is fairness across all hospitals and they would provide the same level of access to care at any facility a patient would go to.
I would take out the politics of this business I would give people a fair amount of PTO time and I would be less selfish
What else do employees suggest to improve? Discover 421 reviews

Benefits & Perks

Here are the most voted perks & benefits as confirmed by 423 employees in their reviews.

  • Vision and dental healthcareVision and dental healthcare
  • Paid time offPaid time off
  • Health and wellness programsHealth and wellness programs
  • Life insuranceLife insurance
  • ParkingParking
  • 401(k)401(k)
  • On-site CafeteriaOn-site Cafeteria
  • Employee discountsEmployee discounts
  • 401(k) Company Match401(k) Company Match
  • Flexible spending accountFlexible spending account
  • Tuition assistanceTuition assistance
  • Employee eventsEmployee events
  • Easy access to public transportationEasy access to public transportation
  • Flexible working hoursFlexible working hours
  • Paid Parental leavePaid Parental leave
  • On-site fitness centerOn-site fitness center
  • Desirable office locationDesirable office location
  • Ability to work remotelyAbility to work remotely
  • Stock or equity optionsStock or equity options
  • Free snacks and drinksFree snacks and drinks
  • On-site daycare facilityOn-site daycare facility
  • Free mealsFree meals
  • Vehicle allowanceVehicle allowance
  • Reimbursed daycareReimbursed daycare
  • Pet-friendlyPet-friendly
  • Relocation allowanceRelocation allowance

Best and worst factors

Best rated: Handicapped Accessibility


The best rated factor of Providence Health is Handicapped Accessibility with 4.3 points (based on 27 reviews).

As a special program for people with disabilities to earn a paycheck
No handicap people work at my job put we do have handicap parking for patients
Accommodations for patients & caregivers throughout the hospital(s)
We take pride in caring for the poor and vulnerable
Facility is very good about handicap accessibility
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Worst rated: Support from management


The worst rated factor of Providence Health is Support from management with 3.5 points (based on 44 reviews).

Management more interested in showing numbers to higher management in profit driven environment. No support for employees, only numbers mattered
I receive support from my unit manager, but there is a huge gap between administration and the floor staff.
Management is always asking for my ideas and happy to support me and things but I need to complete my dreams
Management cares about our issues & concerns so they can ensure positive experiences for all patients.
Experienced leadership left. They hired i experienced leadership and cleaned house to make their job easier by hiring inexperienced personnel.
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Career Development

Career Development rating


Career Development is rated with an average of 3.6 points (based on 37 reviews).

Working in an entry level position, myself & several coworkers have plans to complete additional education & acquire certifications to advance into different positions within the company
I am allowed to learn other software’s but I can support in the future and I am welcome to try to advance up management .
Company promotes within is a huge advantage for career moves
Providence is all about helping you get in move onto the next level of your career they want to see you doing something that you love and are eager to help you even if that means moving on to a different department
No. It became clear there was no option for me to ever advance within my department. They would rather hire from outside than advance within
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58%rate their salary as good or very good (based on 418 reviews)

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Avg. annual salary - gross - full time
Nurse/Care Professional17 salaries reported
Medical Assistant4 salaries reported
Administrator Assistant3 salaries reported
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Company Culture

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Providence Health
Industry average: Hospitals & Healthcare

Employees mostly perceive the following cultural factors at this employer: Help colleagues and Work together.

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Providence Health
Industry average: Hospitals & Healthcare
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