Found 343 of over 2K reviews
- Most Recent
- Highest Rating
- Lowest Rating
What people are saying about Tenet Healthcare
Healthcare & Tech
7 months ago
Sales Operations Analyst
*New Bowl Alert* Please join and tag other organizations that might make good contributions to the space Availity | Change Healthcare | Elevance health | Humana | Experian | athenahealth | UnitedHealth Group | NextGen Healthcare | Epic | Cerner Corporation | CVS Health | GE | Siemens | Allscripts | Aetna | Meditech | Cleveland Clinic | Mayo Clinic Health System | Ascension | HCA Healthcare | Tenet healthcare corporation | Trinity Health | Encompass Health | Allscripts | Cigna | Cardinal Health
Got a burning question about Tenet Healthcare? Just ask!
On Glassdoor, you can share insights and advice anonymously with Tenet Healthcare employees and get real answers from people on the inside.
What are your colleagues talking about?
Top Review Highlights by Sentiment
Excerpts from user reviews, not authored by Glassdoor
- "Benefits were good and reasonably priced" (in 121 reviews)
- "The pay was good and I enjoyed the 5 years I spent with this company." (in 84 reviews)
- "Meet great people and provide service to employees." (in 63 reviews)
- "Good salary and nothing else." (in 33 reviews)
- "The staff is great and will help challenge you to grow." (in 33 reviews)
Ratings by Demographics
This rating reflects the overall rating of Tenet Healthcare and is not affected by filters.
Reviews about "management"Return to all Reviews
- 3.0Oct 7, 2019Registered NurseFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsSaint Louis, MO
Merit based raises, good pay
Poor management for the most part and they did not invest in our hospital or community.1Tenet Healthcare Response5y
We are sorry to hear about your experience but appreciate you voicing your concern.
- 3.0Aug 19, 2023Operating Room Nurse, RNCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsSan Antonio, TX
Centrally located. Decent food. Most of the patient population is of the type that really need assistance and education.
Surgerical management and doctors take advantage of call teams and post cases that are not emergent. There are usually more cases on the weekend than there are during the week. This cannot be good for profit or productivity.1Tenet Healthcare Response4mo
It is important that our employees feel they are always heard. We are sorry to hear about your experience but appreciate you voicing your concern. We have shared your feedback with our leadership team, but we also encourage you to discuss this with your supervisor.
- 1.0Dec 22, 2014Medical TechnologistFormer EmployeeDetroit, MI
Some benefits are good like vacation but are being lost every year.
Corporate management only cares about the bottom line and will cut any person or benefit to achieve this. This is not sour grapes this is a corporate structure that robs from the poor to give to the board. The amount of federal investigations they have had will tell the truth.
- 4.0Oct 6, 2014Regional Patient Access TrainerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsDallas, TX
Awesome management team and many opportunities for growth. I enjoyed being on the training team and loved traveling to the sites I was responsible for. The management team was very supportive and I always felt like they had my back when issues arose.
I really can't think of any. I only left the company because I relocated and there were no opened positions in the city I was moving to.2
- 1.0May 25, 2017Medical Billing SpecialistCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearTucson, AZ
I have a job to somewhat pay the bills. I know 2 amazing supervisors.
Where to start?: -lack of communication from upper management to worker bees -employees put their name on other's work and then claim as theirs and get promoted to a higher level of management even though they are highly unqualified -harassment is a daily occurrence -moral is down the drain -favoritism! -micromanagement -lack of consideration for team members that know what they are talking about -retribution/being forced to hate your job and leave -high turn over rate -unrealistic goals -no employee appreciation only tell you how bad everyone is doing -unethically asked to apply balances to patient responsibility when the EOB clearly defines otherwise. This can void a payer contract not to mention lead to litigation. -constantly being asked to perform another department's job -lack of training -long wait times to get your logins for all the systems you need access to -no consensus or general ground on any matter -no one is on the same page! -false management advertising; 'bringing up moral and doing more work events together' never happened -upper management hardly speaks to employees -HR is oblivious to what is around them; yet they are the only ones who listen if people weren't too scared of retribution5Tenet Healthcare Response7y
We are sorry to hear about your experience but appreciate you voicing your concern. We encourage all of our employees to discuss these situations with management and HR. Our employees' happiness and success is of upmost importance to us.
- 2.0Apr 15, 2023Payroll CoordinatorCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearWest Palm Beach, FL
It was a job and I did get paid for the hours I worked.
Management expected me to not only manage and processed payroll but also do cleaning and maintenance. Write reports on broken infrastructure.
- 2.0Feb 21, 2016Clinical Documentation SpecialistCurrent EmployeeMemphis, TN
Excellent rapport with physicians and case management make things easier to get through the system. Physicians are open to educational opportunities.
Older system and conservative administration makes it hard to think outside the box to make needed changes to outdated and worn out policies.2
- 3.0May 21, 2016Radiologic TechnologistFormer EmployeeAnaheim, CA
The people are friendly but many are over worked. Including those in lower management and Physicians. Also nurses and ancillary staff are forced to work with outdated equipments and subject to management practice of the 1920s
Small selection of Dr. To choose from with health benefit, unsuportive HR department.2
- 2.0Jan 28, 2016Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 1 year
There are some really great nurses and doctors that work there. I gained a lot of great experience and knowledge.
Management really did not seem to care about their employees or have time to listen to them. The manager spent a majority of each day in meetings with and not managing or even aware of what went on all day.1
- 2.0Nov 23, 2010Senior AuditorFormer EmployeeDallas, TX
1) The Senior Leadership (Fetter, Porter) are brilliant professionals. They have done a very good job turning the company in the right direction over the recent years after a very difficult time for the company. They also are very inspiring leaders who address the entire company regularly. 2) The IA department travels to all the hospitals. Some of those hospitals aren't in high crime areas. 3) Outside of the IA department, there are some very intelligent, dedicated, and talented individuals who have been with the company for many years. 4) Initial compensation is fair. Benefits are also good.
1) The size of the company can make bureaucracy a problem. Each region has a very tall reporting structure, so implementing solutions can be a challenge if there is even one mid-level director who opposes a directive set by senior management. 2) Management in the IA department is at best, ineffective or aloof; at worst, toxic and spiteful. 3) While the IA department does travel, the work in the field is extreme in terms of hours per day. Burnout is common and largely ignored as management typically only participates in one or two half-days of work at the hospitals, mostly intended to serve a 'police' function.3