- University of Utah Health Hospitals and Clinics25.Dec 2019
Your coworkers train you and you’ll need at least a bit of help from them to get you going. I rely on my coworkers, and have made very good friends while working here.
Freedom to work independently
My employer checks in on us very occasionally. They trust us to get the job done and to work together. My last employer (not at this company) did not do this, and would constantly hover. The difference in work quality and willingness to be at work is incredible and I feel like I have much more room to do great things at this company.
Since I’ve been here, I have had at least 3 opportunities that have supported growth and development in my career.
Overall compensation for your work
I could probably ask to raise my wage as since it was raised I’m now doing more than my job technically requires. But I do think it’s a very good wage regardless.
All of the cups and straws are recyclable and break down much faster than plastic (or at least that’s what it claims as I haven’t actually tested it).
Similarly to many employees, I go to school full time as well as work full time. For the most part, this company is very flexible and willing to work with that (with advanced notice of course).
Such great people work here. It’s a giant team and everyone is just so nice and willing to help.
We just had more training to prevent accidents from occurring or to help us be prepared if they do, and it helps a lot. Also getting re-certified every year doesn’t hurt.
I think there are levels to the jobs that I’ve had the privilege of working in. I’ve mastered and am currently mastering skills within my job and it can be very challenging at times, with so much to learn and such a large learning curve for me. Despite it being pretty challenging, I honestly love it. I love a good challenge and I know I can do it and people believe in me.
Suggestions for improvement
- I think what could be good for everyone is to get more training with people that we work with/around. For example, maybe getting more training with insurance if you talk to insurance a lot, etc.
What I like about the company
There’s a lot of diversity in my team and everyone works really great together. It’s a family here. We’re all willing to help each other out, and there’s lots of opportunities available in many forms.
What I dislike about the company
I disprove of when a (specific) employee has FMLA paid leave and they can’t fire him even though he constantly complains about his job, and constantly doesn’t show up to work on specific days that have become a pattern. I am annoyed they haven’t done much of anything about it.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyUniversity of Utah Health Hospitals and Clinics
- CitySalt Lake City
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Current employee