Lee Health Employee Reviews about "pay"
58% would recommend to a friend
(200 total reviews)
65% approve of CEO
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- "poor management, treat employees terrible Feel like a robot, just another body to do the job!!!" (in 52 reviews)
- "no overtime and low pay" (in 45 reviews)
- "Favoritism is evident." (in 14 reviews)
- "Mid level management, as long as they praise upper management, are rewarded by making them 'untouchable'." (in 11 reviews)
- "Breakdowns in communication between immediate supervisors and staff." (in 9 reviews)
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Updated Dec 6, 2023
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- 3.0Mar 23, 2023Certified Surgical TechnologistFormer EmployeeFort Myers, FL
Pay was pretty good and always able to pick up extra shifts
Same people call out all the time and you work alone a lot
- 2.0Jan 3, 2019Medical AssistantCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
Good benefits, exellent relationships with patients, office staff and MD’s
Most offices cannot keep staff. Pay should be better considering there are never bonuses given and max on annual raise is 4%. Should off MA’s 12 hour shifts. Top heavy administration3
- 3.0Jul 13, 2022Physical TherapistFormer Employee, more than 1 yearFort Myers, FL
Good managers make your life easier
Pay is low, benefits not good. That’s why they lost lots of people and are now desperate to rehire or retain current employees. Not sure if the pay improved but back in 2021 when I left it was low.
- 4.0Nov 1, 2023Preop/PACU RNCurrent Freelancer, less than 1 yearFort Myers, FL
Supportive co-workers and manager. Quiet and pace was better than hospital. I loved it, it’s felt like a home too but due to fam circumstances I had to leave.
Pay for PRN ( 30 years of Exp) not great compared to other hospitals. Since no benefits the pay should be higher.
- 2.0Jul 12, 2021Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 10 years
Largest healthcare employer in the county Healthcare benefits are affordable and comprehensive
Frequent (every few years) reduction of benefits including PTO and 403B match. Fully expect your benefit package to get worse (less benefits) with time. Many positions are 'salary' yet employees are forced to use PTO for even partial day off. Salaries are poorly competitive (low comparable pay compared to national standards). No paid holidays. PTO (very slow accrual) covers vacation, sick time and holidays. Many employees are forced to take holidays without pay if accured PTO can not cover it. Some employees get shift differential and time/half on holidays...others are required to work these shifts without additional compensation (inconsistent policies). Pay increases are rare. Performance evaluations are designed to not allow for highest tier of compensation. Inconsistent application of work policies, such as time off and what constitutes a sick call depending on which department you work. Overall punitive instead of coaching atmosphere regarding sick calls and other events. If you get terminated for cause, expect to be banned for life from working at the largest healthcare employer in the county and it's affiliates. If you take a severance package, expect to be barred from working for the company and it's subsidiaries for a minimum of 12 months and often 18 months or longer. Lee Health is locally infamous for it's non-compete clauses as well, esp in regards to physicians and leaders. Highly do not recommend anyone to relocate for work at this employer- risk is too great to lose access to an employer of this size in the community. Some departments in Lee Health frequently 'redesign' ie force a completely different job on employees than for role originally hired. Not just a process change a totally different role. Controlling atmosphere ie. mandatory vaccines, even for remote workers. FL is a 'right to work' state (ie few employees rights) and Lee Health takes full advantage of these regulations.1
- 5.0Mar 11, 2023APRNCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsFort Myers, FL
I am able to have work life balance with minimal weekend requirements and 10 hour shifts.
Would like to see better pay and bonus for those of us that are loyal.
- 5.0May 16, 2011Team LeadCurrent EmployeeCape Coral, FL
The benefits. My director is the best I have worked for in years and I have worked in my field for 20 years..
Of course the pay could be a bit better but I am sure we all say that
- 2.0Aug 5, 2022Case Manager AssistantCurrent Employee
Not many pros the pay was horrible
The pay was horrible people at McDonald’s make more than you and you have a high work load and lots of case managers to deal with.
- 2.0Jan 26, 2023Physical TherapistFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsFort Myers, FL
Health Benefits Redeployment during COVID
No market adjustment Was told I needed to leave company and come back in order to get the pay I was supposed to Replaceable