Suggestions for improvement
- Compensation scale. I know we're not supposed to discuss pay, but new grads are making a few dollars less than seasoned nurses that's been at that hospital 25 years. Not okay. Pay by experience.
What I like about the company
I've worked for this company for over 15 years. They offer great benefits to their employees. I think overall they treat employees with respect.
What I dislike about the company
I wish they'd compensate their employees better. Compared to surrounding hospitals, we get paid much less. We lose great employees because they go to better paying hospitals a few miles down the road. Our hospital has the busiest ER in Georgia, 5th busiest in the USA, our pay should reflect that. Instead it makes you feel disrespected when they refuse to compensate you. I feel instead of sign on bonuses, in which people leave after a year of getting it. They should give retention bonuses to people who have been at the hospital for several years. I know people who change jobs every 2 years just to collect $10,000 sign on bonuses from each new employer. It's a slap in the face to people who has been working for a company over 15 years.
The following benefits were offered to meFlex. working hours is offered
Parking is offered
Easy access to public transportation is offered
Stock or equity options is offered
401(k) is offered
Onsite daycare facility is offered
Reimbursed daycare is offered
Tuition assistance is offered
Paid Parental Leave is offered
401(k) Match is offered
Paid time off is offered
Healthcare (including vision and dental) is offered
Life insurance is offered
The following perks were offered to meOn site cafeteria is offered
Health and wellness programs is offered
Employee discounts is offered
Employee events is offered
Fitness center on site is offered