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Updated Sep 28, 2021

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3.8
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Dignity Health CEO Wright L. Lassiter III
Wright L. Lassiter III
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  • "Great benefits and very up(in 335 reviews)
  • "Good Pay but the cost of living in Santa Cruz is one of the highest in the nation.(in 184 reviews)
  • "Great People working hard on the front lines and in mid level management.(in 101 reviews)
  • "Great Staff from the Physicians down to the Support Staff(in 92 reviews)
  • "Coworkers are great and friendly.(in 68 reviews)
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  1. 1.0
    Former Employee, more than 8 years

    10 year employee who had enough

    Apr 17, 2021 - MRI Technologist 
    Recommend
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    Pros

    Pay, 5:00 and nothing else

    Cons

    Awful management, lots of back stabbing and immature behavior. Management has no idea how to manage their employee's work schedule. Work you like crazy then flex you as soon as your work is finished. Employees feel like they're always being watched by upper management and work in fear. Holidays are taken out of your PTO bank, making it diffuse to accrue time off. Toxic environment.

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  2. 3.0
    Former Employee, more than 10 years

    RN

    Jul 3, 2016 - RN Staff Nurse in Sacramento, CA
    Recommend
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    Pros

    Staff is mostly great. Benefits for medical are free to employee and family which is major. Salary is also quite good in Sacramento.

    Cons

    Upper management not in touch with rank and file. Human kindness does not start at the top as they would like the world to believe. Staffing ratios can not meet productivity expectations no matter how staff may try.

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  3. 4.0
    Current Employee

    RN Float Pool

    Dec 26, 2017 - Anonymous Employee 
    Recommend
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    Pros

    Flexibility in scheduling; weekly paycheck; variety in units worked; female RNs are able to move to managerial positions and occupy many upper management positions currently.

    Cons

    Immediate supervisors have been known to pick favorites and create drama to flex their power, creating a hostile work environment.

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  4. 1.0
    Current Employee, more than 3 years

    Don’t work here

    Apr 16, 2018 - Registered Nurse in Sacramento, CA
    Recommend
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    Pros

    They pay you- not as much as other organizations but the check doesn’t bounce. The nurses are kind and caring and want to do a good job

    Cons

    The units are understaffed and the nurses are treated poorly by upper management who only sees them as “widgets”. Autocratic and top down environment with no true concern for the people employed at the hospital. Particularly at Methodist Hospital of Sacramento where the only nursing voice ever heard by upper management is that of the CNE. All other experts are ignored and treated poorly.

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    4 people found this review helpful
  5. 3.0
    Former Employee

    RN

    Sep 5, 2016 -  in Fresno, CA
    Recommend
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    Pros

    Excellent opportunities for career advancement

    Cons

    I feel that middle management does an excellent job. I can say that upper management at the corporate level is detached from the realities at the patient care level.

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