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Staten Island University Hospital President and CEO Tony Ferreri
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7 Ratings

    Not bad, but no upward mobility

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    I worked at Staten Island University Hospital


    It is in a convenient location, I had good health benefits, a fair amount of vacation time with weekends generally off, and had fantastic supervisors directly above me.


    The lack of upward mobility makes working in that type of job impossible for the long term. Overtime was cut dramatically which also makes staying in the position for a long period of time infeasible. The union strangles the chances of getting raises or bonuses as reward for consistently good work. There is no incentive to work hard, be competent in all aspects of the job, and care about the amount of work getting done. The salary remains the same whether you work your tail off or not.

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    The union unfortunately helps and hinders the employees. There is too much protection for those who do not want to work. The benefits are fantastic, but the compensation is not.

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