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    Former Employee - Therapist  in  Beverly, MA
    Former Employee - Therapist in Beverly, MA

    I worked at Beverly Hospital (Beverly) for more than 5 years


    They did require a lot from you, but it helped you to become more qualified in the sense of competencies, personal SMART goals and other initiatives. Coworkers in the department were wonderful, everyone had the same ideas in mind and was unified.


    Salary is not comparable to other area facilities. Upper management was a lot of talk during staff meetings-questions were often side-stepped. Could be cliquey depending upon where you work/what you do for the hospital. Insurance coverage had changed, so depending on what PCP you had selected, your copay for a sick visit has increased dramatically (in some cases up to $75 per office visit depending on what tier Lahey felt your PCP should be in). Ideas proposed by low-level employees for business development/growth were not taken into consideration.

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    It would have been nice to have better work-life balance. All too often we had been told, "This is your weekend shift coverage for the year, now you can plan your life around it." Rarely was there any recognition for smaller departments- which was disheartening. What was expected of you was sometimes not doable on top of expected productivity rates; rates which were astronomically high when compared to Boston-based hospitals. Would have been nice to have loan repayment programs for employees other than just nurses. Would have been nice to also have some monetary support in maintaining licensure as other local area facilities do-they can be quite expensive. When I left the company, there was still a tangible "line/wall" that separated the "worker bees" from the management. It's time to tear it down.