truly cares about patients and employees
pay and late hours for patient care
I have been working at Cincinnati Children's Hospital full-time (Less than a year)
Great healthcare benefits
Large group of researchers and doctors to approach for guidance
Seminars and Learning groups that help you gain more knowledge
Support further studies like part-time PhDs
Low pay and low salary increments
Not all of the medical conditions are supported by the health insurance
Not a team work, you will be expected to work independently which may lead to errors in research or errors in judgement
Not flexible with PTOs and vacations.
Advice to Management
They should have an initial training period to have the new hires trained and acquainted to the new work culture.
They should motivate the employees with better benefits and pay.
Reduce politics within the divisions.
Try to speak personally to employees and know their expectations rather than leaving things unsaid and miscommunicated.
I have been working at Cincinnati Children's Hospital full-time (More than 5 years)
Good pension plan, a lot of PTO.
Strategic plan is short-sighted. Taking things away from employees is lowering morale. Good people are leaving and will continue to do so if things aren't turned around.
I have been working at Cincinnati Children's Hospital full-time (More than 10 years)
- Steve Davis is a caring, great leader
- The mission is strong; helping the world's sickest children
- Some great mid-level management
- Good pay...decent benefits
- Executive leadership is not on the same page
- Competitors are catching up; too arrogant
- Contimuous change; signs that senior mgmt doesn't know and doesn't listen
I worked at Cincinnati Children's Hospital full-time
good research environment, people are nice, excellent confocal microscopy service.
post doc fellow is not considered as staff. So they don't receive full benefits as staff people do.
I worked at Cincinnati Children's Hospital full-time (More than 3 years)
- Excellent Staff
- Camaraderie among staff
- Good pay
- Good direct managers that supported staff
- Opportunities for growth and professional development
Sometimes we were understaffed, which made it difficult to provide the best care to our patients because we were spread so thin.
Advice to Management
Make sure to always stay in touch with the needs of direct patient care providers. It's important that the staff feel supported in order to provide the best possible care.
I have been working at Cincinnati Children's Hospital full-time (More than 3 years)
Pension plan; employee discounts at local businesses.
Maternity leave is deplorable (65% of pay for 6 weeks); compensation is not competitive; medical benefits have been reduced.
I have been working at Cincinnati Children's Hospital full-time (More than a year)
Everything is great in my opinion
nothing that i can think of
I worked at Cincinnati Children's Hospital full-time (More than 5 years)
Flexible, family driven, great environment!
Travel, long clinics, and no room to grow.
I have been working at Cincinnati Children's Hospital full-time
Good benefits, great coworkers
Rotating shifts don’t allow for great work life balance
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