I have been working at Premier Health Partners full-time (More than 10 years)
1. If you advance your degree they will probably have a position for you.
2. Large enough network to move around to different facilities and depts
1. Insurance limited to Premier Health Plan
2. Raises same across the board for all staff members no matter how much effort (or lack thereof) that the employee demonstrates= little motivation to strive to exceed. They call it a merit increase but how can all staff get the same merit percentage increase??
3. No cost of living increase (my annual "merit" increase barely kept up with inflation rate.
4. Staff hurried through orientation.
5. Too many chiefs not enough Indians.
6. Nurses have too much busy work documenting on the newest and latest dry erase board in the patient rooms instead of actually doing patient care
7. Lots of paid time off
8. Lack of extra support staff (unit clerks) phones go unanswered especially at night
9. Poor company 401k contribution
Advice to Management
Would rather have better hourly rate instead of so much vacation/sick time off
Might have better outcomes if management was available to mentor and help on units instead of going to so many meetings.
I applied online. The process took 5+ weeks. I interviewed at Premier Health Partners (Dayton, OH) in December 2016.
Interviewed with 3 people, the HR recruiter and then the hiring manager and her assistant. Interview with HR recruiter went very well. I enjoyed meeting with her and I was very hopeful that I was a good fit for the company and the position. Second interview with hiring manager went pretty well until she started dropping hints that she'd prefer someone younger -- I'm only in my late 30s, but she might have been a couple years younger than me and her assistant was probably 25. In the end I was told I was very qualified and it was just a matter whether I fit in with the "culture." There were no questions about personality or work style, however, and I wasn't invited back to meet the rest of the department, so I can only assume I was a few years out target age range. Age 40 is the arbitrary cutoff for when age discrimination is forbidden by law, so Premier is within its rights to reject me for not being young enough. I just wish they hadn't wasted my time preparing for an interview when the hiring manager should've been able to tell from the work history on my resume that I wasn't a 20-something.
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