Compare Campbell Soup Company vs Virtua Health BETA

See how Virtua Health vs. Campbell Soup Company compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
(based on 661 reviews)
(based on 205 reviews)
Career Opportunities
Compensation & Benefits
Work-life balance
Senior Management
Culture & Values
CEO Approval
Campbell Soup Company Ceo Mark Clouse
68%Mark Clouse
Virtua Health Ceo Dennis W. Pullin
100%Dennis W. Pullin
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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What Employees Say

"Work life balance"(in 79 reviews)
"Great people"(in 39 reviews)
"Good benefits"(in 15 reviews)
"Great benefits"(in 11 reviews)
"Work life balance"(in 18 reviews)
"Upper management"(in 17 reviews)
"No cons"(in 11 reviews)
"Upper management"(in 7 reviews)
Featured Review

Current Employee - Talent Acquisition Manager

I have been working at Campbell Soup Company full-time for less than a year


Collaborative Work Environment, technology and platforms promotes efficiency, flexible working environment. I'm a veteran and appreciate that the company has values, is transparent, and inclusive.


None to note at the moment

Current Employee - Registered Nurse

I have been working at Virtua Health full-time for more than a year


They took me with my Associate's Degree on the promise that I would earn a BSN by the end of 2020. They pay up to $4000/yr for undergraduate coursework, up to $5000/yr for graduate coursework. I feel... well-supported by management; they want to see me succeed. They recently achieved Magnet recognition so that is a badge of honor. I think as a whole, we provide good care for our patients, and for the most part the patients recognize and appreciate it. We get union representation with JNESO, through which we get a shift differential of hourly base +10% for evening hours (3p-11p) or hourly base +17% for night hours (11p-7a). PTO is accrued at a nice rate (in my opinion.) You have the option to be cancelled and stay home (provided that you submit a request for cancellation and the hospital is overstaffed (it is first-come, first-served)). If you do get cancelled, taking PTO is an option; if you waive it, you simply don't don't get any pay for that shift.


It's an old building so some surface appearances are not the greatest. Some equipment like IV pumps and beds are old. The tele packs (which are new) often don't transmit rhythms well due to corrosion... built up on terminal connections. There are not many sinks on the unit (outside of the patient rooms.) Often times, the water doesn't get very hot. Many rooms are still dual-occupancy which is an issue for some patients. Some which are single-occupancy can still go to double if we are "surging." There is no blackout period for admissions so the ED can initiate a transfer to the unit while you're in the middle of handover. Recent changes in which employees were relocated to Voorhees required flexibility on the part of many nurses, some of whom felt a little strong-armed into the move.

Advice to Management

You're dealing with a lot of changes, I know. I can't personally complain of any hardships (I didn't choose this profession because it was easy) I would like to see better functioning telemetry... packs soon. If possible, it would be great to make all rooms private (and keep them that way) and give them a more modernized appearance.

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