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15 days ago

Occupational Therapist Needed (New Grads Welcome)

Sutter Health San Francisco, CA

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST I MGA Healthcare is seeking candidates that have acute rehabilitation experience with the adult population (18 years old… Sutter Health

4 days ago

Stationary Engineer-Engineering*

Sutter Health San Francisco, CA

To perform duties necessary to keep the physical structure and associated equipment of Hospital in good repair. Minor electrical work, mechanical… Percipio Media

8 days ago


Sutter Health San Francisco, CA

The Bioethicist West Bay Region (“WBR”), under the supervision of the Director PMHV, the Senior Ethics Scholar and CPMC Bioethicist, will be the key… Glassdoor

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    Lots of positives, lots of negatives

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    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Palo Alto, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Palo Alto, CA

    I have been working at Sutter Health full-time (more than 8 years)


    Company is very loyal. When a department is relocated or dissolved, they find internal positions in other departments for those who want to stay.
    Lots of affiliates means lots of job opportunities if you want to do something else within the company.
    Patient care is the priority over profit
    Employees are involved in interviewing potential new hires, helping ensure they'll mesh with the group
    Company is growing and hiring


    Since 2008 they've cut some part of the benefits package every year, ended the profit-sharing bonus and reduced COL raises
    Politics are horrible between regions, with executives frequently acting immaturely and vengeful towards other executvies
    Under-performing employees or those in positions they can't handle are dealt with in any way
    Promotions are based on favoritism over merit
    Virtually impossible to get more than a 3% COL raise, regardless of performance. The only way to really raise your compensation is to change jobs within the organization
    No training is provided. When you take on a new responsibility, you're expected to just figure it out on your own

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    stop slashing benefits
    address toxic political atmosphere
    address underperforming employees
    Train your people

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