- Current Employee, more than 5 years★★★★★
Great placeMar 23, 2023 - Registered Nurse in Stockton, CARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Cares about us as employees
Can get very busy and lots of trainingContinue reading
Other Employee Reviews
- Current Employee★★★★★
Diverse OrganizationMay 22, 2023 - Anonymous EmployeeRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
There is a diverse group of employees.
Not applicable at this time.
- Former Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★
walked on eggshells all the timeMar 16, 2023 - Manager in San Francisco, CARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
As a young client in my late teens and 20s, I am so, so thankful PP was around. To this day I remain grateful for several years of pap smears and birth control when I was uninsured. I was well paid (in contrast to the hard workers on the clinic floor). I had struggled financially all my life prior, so this was a relief to be well compensated.
I never felt at home. Felt unsupported and unclear about my role. I was gently let go a few years later and have never been happier. The schedule is grueling and there is no autonomy. Every single thing is under a microscope (which from a liability perspective you can understand, but it feels SO much better to be at a job where you have some creative freedom and trust). The schedule is tightly micro-managed even for managers.--30 minute breaks and your time is managed to the minute BUT you WILL work overtime, and if that infringes on your personal time, too bad. You are 1000% expected to BE the job. I could never totally clock out. To be fair. these workers NEED a manager who is available 24/7/365 but I could never be that person. There are a huge # of callouts and turnover because the organization will not adjust things to make the job sustainable for people. Then, you cannot really hold people accountable, having to jump through a bunch of hoops just to send an email sometimes. It was exhausting. All this aside, I do believe most of the people were there because they truly cared about public health and they worked their tushies off to take care of people.