Sutter Health Senior Leadership FAQ

Read what Sutter Health employees think about senior leadership and the CEO at the company.

Sutter Health has a Senior Management rating of 3.3, and Sarah Krevans, the CEO of Sutter Health, has an approval rating of 85% across the organization.

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August 14, 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at Sutter Health?

Pros

Promoting a positive work-life balance, and they mean it! The leadership tries to practice what they preach. Good opportunities to learn in-house. Peers teach each other their disciplines, and the knowledge sharing is solid. Great total compensation package.

Cons

Leadership is out of touch with employees who are not located in headquarters. Leaders need to be more open and receptive to constructive criticism. Organization is too top heavy, and there is very little diversity in the leadership team. There is no new voice or opinion, or attempts to bring in new perspectives.

Organization is too top heavy, and there is very little diversity in the leadership team.

August 14, 2020

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January 21, 2019

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at Sutter Health?

Pros

Great benefits (compared to where I worked before); very organized as a structure; great mission and vision as a company; the dapartment I am working at allows flexibility of scheduling; it pays to have seniority in the unit

Cons

Getting your full hours is a struggle, lots of travellers ( and they get the hours and regular staff gets cancelled first, starting with less seniority); unit orientation is very unstructured; great mission and vision but sometimes it doesn't translate to bedside.

Advice to Management

I guess it's hard to foresee staffing needs in the future, but for something that has been going on for quite sometime, managers can do something about frequent cancellations, maybe hire less travellers? Have a structured unit orientation. Management be more visible to regular employees.

Great benefits (compared to where I worked before); very organized as a structure; great mission and vision as a company; the dapartment I am working at allows flexibility of scheduling; it pays to have seniority in the unit

January 21, 2019

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