- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
Great HospitalMar 23, 2023 - Certified Nursing Assistant CNA in Boise, IDRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Have worked at a number of hospitals in California and this one had been the best! Pay could be better, but that's most places. Great professional staff and they are KIND! Hard to find hardworking, professional, kind people. St. Luke's hires the best.
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- Current Employee★★★★★
Favorite workplaceMay 21, 2023 - Patient Access Specialist I in Twin Falls, IDRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Team work- everyone works together. Managers listen and take action when you bring up issues. Regular raises. Self expression is encouraged- things like tattoos are allowed, as well as piercings.
Sometimes the ER gets stressful, but that comes with the job, lol.
- Current Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★
Only Cons are department specificMay 1, 2023 - Medical Laboratory Scientist I in Boise, IDRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Seems to try hard to take care of their employees. I had to take a 5% pay cut to start here but in less than 1 year I have gotten raises to almost the amount I was making before. Values employee advancement and leaders work to make sure they are helping their employees meet their career goals.
Scheduling weekends off is extremely difficult as the lab is short staffed, but this is an issue everywhere in hospital labs. If you are scheduled to work a particular weekend and you request PTO over that weekend you are expected to find someone willing to switch a weekend with you. I believe PTO should be yours to take when you want it, without having to get someone else to work for you. They need to find and hire more PRN employees that can just cover when people go on vacation. Also people weirdly don't really work different shifts to cover, like if you are day shift pretty much only day shift can cover for you, even though Evenings or Nights could easily just add a few hours to their day to help cover the gaps. And when an employee has a known upcoming leave of absence (for example a female employee is pregnant and will be having a baby) they don't think ahead or even post the job listing for a replacement or part timer until after the leave of absence begins which means when someone is hired, they're really down two employees because the person training isn't able to get as much work done while they're training.Continue reading