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Barnes-Jewish Hospital President Richard Liekweg
Richard Liekweg
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    It is very corporate, but a gritty learning experience.

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    Former Employee - Staff Nurse  in  Saint Louis, MO
    Former Employee - Staff Nurse in Saint Louis, MO

    I worked at Barnes-Jewish Hospital full-time for more than 5 years


    They provide for advancing yourself academically. You will learn a ton on the job. Earned time off is pretty good. Scheduling is flexible. Your job is pretty secure unless you are really incompetent.


    Lots of corporate nonsense. It takes forever for any change to be implemented. Many management positions have to justify themselves by creating more work for the nurses. Many lazy secretaries and patient care techs (and some nurses). Bad attitudes abound. Promotions into management are often given to unqualified people. Compensation is low in comparison to many other cities. Annual raises do not often even match the rate of inflation.

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