Ascension Seton Employee Reviews about "low pay"
70% would recommend to a friend
(78 total reviews)
46% approve of CEO
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- "Poor management, understaffing." (in 34 reviews)
- "Pay was low." (in 33 reviews)
- "Frequent layoffs as new entities are acquired." (in 16 reviews)
- "Horrible upper management." (in 14 reviews)
- "Zero transparency in national leadership, unit level managers often find out about changes that effect staff negatively the same day as staff." (in 9 reviews)
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Updated Nov 26, 2023
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- 2.0Jun 4, 2012Medical TechnologistCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsAustin, TX
Decent benefits and pay Several new facilities Some coworkers who really care Decent retirement package Multiple locations New state of the art equipment at some locations
Hires or promotes incompetent people and then leaves them in place to fail repeatedly Admin/management listens to concerns and/or problems but does little to address them unless there is a financial motivation Clinical ladders which force employees to spend more time trying to hold on to their current pay grade than performing their job Complete lack of transparency More concerned with image and public perception than providing the best care for patients
- 2.0Jun 10, 2017Registered NurseCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
*Flexibility to change specialties *Mission you can believe in *Multiple facilities in the city
*Low pay for area *Frequent layoffs *High staff turnover including leadership *Unsupportive leadership *Always asked to perform extra duties with no compensation2
- 4.0Jan 8, 2016Business AnalystFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsAustin, TX
Great people work here lots of training and refresh courses every year. Safety is important here and following procedures. Everyone is invited to question things you feel are not correct it's okay.
Huge turnaround in IT/ Support Services because competition in other industry with better pay you see people with great knowledge leave for better paying jobs.
- 4.0Mar 9, 2016MLSCurrent EmployeeAustin, TX
The work environment and team are fantastic. Work load is usually just right. Pretty good benefits.
Pay is less than I was making as a new grad in another Texas city. No room for advancement in my area. Being a Catholic based organization spills over into healthcare options.
- 5.0Feb 20, 2013Clinical NurseCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsAustin, TX
Good benefits flexible hours shared governance flexibility with management. Non-profit hospital management with focus on patient care. Less financial responsiblity on unit
schedule requirement. more pay and PTO.