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30+ days ago

Radiology Technologist - Sutter Health

Sutter San Francisco, CA

The candidate for this position will be required to perform all routine radiographic examinations such as head, chest, extremities, and abdominal… Sutter


2 days ago

Echocardiographer Technician – new

Sutter Burlingame, CA

Echocardiography technician will identify and record anomalies indicative of disease, injury, or other medically significant condition from… Sutter


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    Poor management and work/life balance.

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    I have been working at Sutter Health

    Pros

    Compensation = fine
    Benefits = pretty good, but could be better

    Cons

    Sutter is operating very lean due to poor financial performance-- there were many layoffs and they moved to centralizing many business functions in Roseville, CA. Many processes are not running smoothly anymore. This model will take time to fix.

    The biggest issue is having very poor work/ life balance. Leadership/ management doesn't care how truly thin we are operating or recognize it in any meaningful manner. Management rarely asks about the challenges we face, but even if they do, they don't attempt to really do anything about it. The answer is work more hours and just get it done... even if it is rushing to get something done just for the sake of crossing something off the annual plan, fully knowing rework will need to occur later. What an incredible waste of time and inefficient way to operate. I understand the importance of trying to measure performance, but clearly, leadership has not caught on that there is a difference between looking like you accomplished something on paper vs. actually accomplishing something. What happened to the idea of doing quality work over quantity? If you like doing quality work the first time to prevent inevitable headaches down the road, this is not the organization for you.

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