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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at St. Luke's Hospital.

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9 English questions out of 9

2 December 2020

Does St. Luke's Hospital offer sponsored degrees?

Pros

Good benefits great training programs great education systems nice older nurses on certain floors, 401k tuition reimbursement. Hands on training bls program.

Cons

Mean staff, rude, some are outgoing, bad management, bad communication. Short staffed for 3rd shift rn and cna. Gossip, sitting around eating patients food unfair treatment to new employees. there's no help to move transport patients co workers bullies and go off time employed in the hospital

Advice to Management

Be honest, help good workers be there best remove bad workers who don't deserve to be in healthcare. Pay attention to harrasment and bullying. Be fair and professional at a times.

Good benefits great training programs great education systems nice older nurses on certain floors, 401k tuition reimbursement.

2 December 2020

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7 May 2020

Does St. Luke's Hospital offer parental leave?

Pros

Very inclusive employers with good benefits.

Cons

difficult scheduling for part time employees

Very inclusive employers with good benefits.

7 May 2020

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2 December 2020

Does St. Luke's Hospital have any sort of mentoring programme?

Pros

Good benefits great training programs great education systems nice older nurses on certain floors, 401k tuition reimbursement. Hands on training bls program.

Cons

Mean staff, rude, some are outgoing, bad management, bad communication. Short staffed for 3rd shift rn and cna. Gossip, sitting around eating patients food unfair treatment to new employees. there's no help to move transport patients co workers bullies and go off time employed in the hospital

Advice to Management

Be honest, help good workers be there best remove bad workers who don't deserve to be in healthcare. Pay attention to harrasment and bullying. Be fair and professional at a times.

Good benefits great training programs great education systems nice older nurses on certain floors, 401k tuition reimbursement.

2 December 2020

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2 December 2020

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at St. Luke's Hospital?

Pros

Good benefits great training programs great education systems nice older nurses on certain floors, 401k tuition reimbursement. Hands on training bls program.

Cons

Mean staff, rude, some are outgoing, bad management, bad communication. Short staffed for 3rd shift rn and cna. Gossip, sitting around eating patients food unfair treatment to new employees. there's no help to move transport patients co workers bullies and go off time employed in the hospital

Advice to Management

Be honest, help good workers be there best remove bad workers who don't deserve to be in healthcare. Pay attention to harrasment and bullying. Be fair and professional at a times.

Good benefits great training programs great education systems nice older nurses on certain floors, 401k tuition reimbursement.

2 December 2020

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2 December 2020

How is management perceived at St. Luke's Hospital?

Pros

Good benefits great training programs great education systems nice older nurses on certain floors, 401k tuition reimbursement. Hands on training bls program.

Cons

Mean staff, rude, some are outgoing, bad management, bad communication. Short staffed for 3rd shift rn and cna. Gossip, sitting around eating patients food unfair treatment to new employees. there's no help to move transport patients co workers bullies and go off time employed in the hospital

Advice to Management

Be honest, help good workers be there best remove bad workers who don't deserve to be in healthcare. Pay attention to harrasment and bullying. Be fair and professional at a times.

Mean staff, rude, some are outgoing, bad management, bad communication.

2 December 2020

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