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- "Poor management with scheduling employees" (in 62 reviews)
- "Political way to much favoritism" (in 23 reviews)
- "Parking is expensive and far" (in 21 reviews)
- "Poor leadership and support when you need it" (in 19 reviews)
- "I do not think overly reacting to each employee non sense complaints make them as a very good manager." (in 14 reviews)
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- 5.0Nov 23, 2023Clinical Research Associate IICurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsLos Angeles, CA
beneficts , comunity, staff. location. stability
salary. work hours, VHT, enterteinment benefits. work
- 4.0Nov 18, 2023Certified Medical AssistantCurrent Employee
-One of the top hospitals in the country -Often ranked in the top 3 hospitals in California -Higher hourly for CMAs than average in the U.S. -Ability to work along side and learn from world leading surgeons and dedicated nurses -Work culture is friendly for the most part and can promote team building -Unique experience overall that can prep preMed, prePA and preNursing employees -Promotion of diversity and inclusivity
-Competitive attitudes within the culture -Long hour drives when travelling in and out of the city (can take an hour minimum to drive to work and up to 2 hours driving home, especially during holidays) -Bonuses every year rather than intentional and fair raises -Managers’ bias hurts clinical staff employees when it comes to pay raises (for instance managers will gently push employees to be proactive by suggesting “projects” to improve clinical work flow. In truth these “projects” may or may not be considered during your annual evaluation for a pay raise and will by no means guarantee any kind raise or a raise that is fair for employee) -Sarcastic communications = Modern day bullying -Favoritism among employees -Patients seem to always be right when they address clinical staff (even when they cross boundaries) -The hospital tends cater to the needs of the doctors more than the clinical teams who help support them -While the hospital promotes diversity and inclusivity, the doctors of color are often treated differently than their peers who are of lighter or whiter color complexities
- 4.0Nov 24, 2023Coding SupervisorCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsKansas City, MO
so many great benefits! Great pay! flexible hours and remote work for some roles! substantial Impact in the community and abroad!
Still working on some issues that a majority of hospitals have. Rapid changes can be stressful.
- 4.0Dec 1, 2023Certified Nursing Assistant CNACurrent EmployeeLos Angeles, CA
Good pay and good retention Some units have great leadership and great camaraderie throughout the unit
Some units are toxic and patient population can be difficult to work with sometimes Paid parking
- 5.0Nov 10, 2023Registered Nurse, BSNCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsLos Angeles, CA
Friendly work environment. 6NE was the best
High stress patient population with high burn out
- 5.0Aug 24, 2023Postdoctoral ResearcherFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsLos Angeles, CA
Cedars-Sinai currently ranks 2nd among hospitals in the US. There are a lot of experienced clinicians, physicians, and scientists to collaborates with either for clinical practices or clinical researches. Cedars-Sinai has great health insurance benefits for employees. You most likely won't have to pay anything for any medical exams and procedures.
It's not a con specifically of Cedars, but it's a general thing for all hospitals, it's that if you want to start your career as a academic faculty in a hospital, you won't receive start up package to build your lab like what you typically receive in a university. It's all soft money, meaning that you would have to carry one or more funding sources to support you and your lab entirely as a hospital faculty.1
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Cedars-Sinai Medical Center has an overall rating of 4.1 out of 5, based on over 1,570 reviews left anonymously by employees. 81% of employees would recommend working at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center to a friend and 71% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has been stable over the past 12 months.
81% of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Cedars-Sinai Medical Center 3.7 out of 5 for work life balance, 4.0 for culture and values and 4.0 for career opportunities.