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HealthSouth President, CEO, and Director Jay Grinney
Jay Grinney
50 Ratings

    Not a bad place to work, but not great.

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    Former Employee - Human Resources At Corporate in Birmingham, AL
    Former Employee - Human Resources At Corporate in Birmingham, AL

    I worked at HealthSouth full-time (more than 3 years)


    I worked with some really great people in HR and throughout the corporate office (and within the hospitals) that genuinely care about making the company a great place to work and supporting the front line staff in the hospitals. Leadership (Jay, Mark, Doug, Cheryl) do a good job of setting the priorities and strategy for the company. Overall the values held true at the senior level, though perhaps not at a more micro level. Paid time-off was decent for a large, private-sector, publicly traded company. Compensation is okay, but not always fair between peers. Corporate does a great job of providing opportunities for employees to interact and help - like company sponsored Habitat-for-Humanity participation, large United Way events, diversity event, employee appreciation week - though individual manager support of participation varies largely across the organization.


    The company is far from innovative in how it manages employees and ultimately, no one seems to care about the individual. HealthSouth's corporate office loses and fires a lot of employees who want to succeed and make the company successful because the employee either doesn't fit into the job they are currently occupying (though other strengths are apparent) or because there are simply no options to move around (especially between departments.)
    In a healthcare company like this, there need to be two sets of rules for employees: one for hospital/healthcare workers and one for corporate employees. For example, it makes sense to not allow a nurse or nurse tech to "work from home" since their jobs largely face patients. It does not, however, make sense to enforce that same rule for corporate employees whose jobs are primarily in front of a computer or on the phone. Additionally, for a healthcare company that claims to be on the cutting edge of patient-facing technology, the technology systems and resources at corporate are WOEFULLY outdated with no sign of improvement. The company also does an abysmal job overall at providing internal training options. For a company the size of HealthSouth ($3B with 23k employees) there should be much more training and online training options for any/all employees.

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    Throw some bones to the little guys. There's very little opportunity for the individual to grow and develop without being a bully to his or her manager to demand development - not everyone is capable of being their own advocate. Office culture varies widely between departments. Too often it seems that managers are not held accountable for supporting the development of their employees.

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