- 5.0Aug 24, 2023Accounting/FinanceCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearDraper, UT
Joyce truly cares about their people and does all they can to help train and develop them into leaders. The school is very thoughtful about its student experience and outcomes - those are at the forefront of every meeting!
I only wish there were more employees that worked here.Joyce University of Nursing and Health Sciences Response4mo
Thank you so much for taking the time to share your positive experience at Joyce University of Nursing and Health Sciences! We greatly appreciate your feedback and are thrilled to hear that you've had such a rewarding journey as part of our team. It's wonderful to know that you feel supported and valued in your role. Our commitment to training, development, and cultivating leadership skills is a top priority, and we're glad to hear that you've experienced these efforts firsthand. Your recognition of our focus on student experience and outcomes is truly heartening – we firmly believe that the success of our students is a reflection of the dedication of our staff. Thank you again for your recommendation and positive review. Your perspective is invaluable in shaping our ongoing efforts to provide an exceptional workplace for all our employees. If you ever have further thoughts or suggestions, please feel free to reach out. Wishing you continued success and fulfillment in your role at Joyce University of Nursing and Health Sciences!
- 5.0Jul 25, 2023Assistant Director of NursingCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsDraper, UT
Consistently trying to improve the student experience.
It has been difficult to get the cost of living increases. It's also pretty sad that our new graduate student nurses are getting paid more than me when I have a much higher degree than they do.Joyce University of Nursing and Health Sciences Response4mo
Thank you for sharing your thoughts about your experience at Joyce University of Nursing and Health Sciences. It's wonderful to hear that the university is committed to consistently improving the student experience. This dedication to enhancing the educational environment speaks volumes about the institution's commitment to excellence. Regarding your concerns about compensation, it's understandable that fair compensation is a crucial aspect of job satisfaction. It must be frustrating to see new graduate student nurses earning more than you despite your higher degree and years of experience. Compensation structures can be complex and may involve various factors, including market trends and budgetary considerations. Your dedication and commitment to your role as an Assistant Director of Nursing over the past 5-7 years are commendable. Your higher degree and experience undoubtedly contribute significantly to the success of the nursing program and the betterment of the student experience. Your efforts have likely played a pivotal role in the continuous improvement that the university is striving for. If you haven't already, consider discussing your concerns about compensation with your supervisor or HR department. Open communication can often lead to a better understanding of your situation and may provide insights into the compensation structure. Moreover, your feedback could potentially contribute to changes that align with the university's commitment to growth and progress. Once again, thank you for sharing your thoughts. Your dedication to your role and the betterment of the university is truly commendable. I wish you all the best as you continue your journey at Joyce University of Nursing and Health Sciences.