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Los Angeles, CA
201 to 500 employees
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Nonprofit Organization
Health Care
$1 to $5 million (USD) per year
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OneLegacy is the non-profit organization dedicated to saving lives through organ, eye and tissue donation in the seven-county greater Los Angeles area. With more than 215 hospitals, 11 transplant centers and a diverse population of nearly 20 million, OneLegacy is the largest ... Read more

Mission: OneLegacy saves and heals lives through organ, eye and tissue donation, comforts the families we serve, and inspires our communities to Donate Life.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA
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    I have been working at OneLegacy full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    AMAZING Mission! I absolutely love the work and what the organization stands for. This is a growing and dynamic not-for-profit that literally saves and improves lives every day. If you want to be part of something that is much bigger than anything else you have ever done in medicine, this is the place for you. Benefits are very good and include medical, dental, vision, HSA, short and long term disability, 403B retirement and a very good employee assistance program.

    Cons

    This is hard work as you are dealing with death and dying every day and it can take its toll. But, if you keep on task with the mission and can find the balance between work and the need to have a life, it is a great job! Newly hired PTO accrual is slow and I wish a little bit more...but it is fair in comparison to my other hospital jobs. Employee development through tuition reimbursement would be a plus for the company. Clinical employees have a sense of entitlement that negatively affect other staff that they come in contact with. If you think the company is such a bad place...go somewhere else and find out if the grass is truly greener or stop and realize that this is a company that really cares about you, your community and literally people all over the country.

    Advice to Management

    OneLegacy is a growing company which can be a challenge for management. Keeping staff happy and engaged is a challenge, especially in the political and social climate that we live in. I think that the management team is doing their absolute best to keep staff focused on the mission while listening to needs as evidenced by the recent Employee Engagement Survey. Also, transparency is terrific and keep it coming. An ALL STAFF meeting showed the financial aspects of the company which I have NEVER been able to see in any other hospital I have worked at. Some are upset that an organ recovery agency is focused on number and financials, but it was a positive example of how the organization is performing and able to withstand unforeseen issues and still be able to fulfill its mission. KEEP UP THE AWESOME WORK!

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    Application

    The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at OneLegacy.

    Interview

    Hiring process was tedious. Overall, it took me about 6 months from initial application to when I got hired. Luckily my job was flexible so i was able to complete my contract then start at OneLegacy. Then, they tried to call a week before my start date to push it 2 weeks later which at that point I said No because i already quit my job. Overall, it was fine but the process took too long.

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    Negotiation

    They low-balled me and paid me below what i was making.

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