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Anonymous shared this review of Ascension Health, United States on Mar 9th, 2021
"There are lots of women in positions of leadership here. "
Anonymous shared this review of Ascension Health on Aug 23rd, 2018
"St John Providene Health System review DON"T. It's a massive waste of your time. They don't care about you. They hide behind a 'faith-based' banner, and they are ruthless to their employees. Both male and female managers ad directors will hire men over women. If they can keep you in a 'ipnk ghetto,' they will. They are as misogynistic toward women as their Catholic policies are toward birth control. "
Anonymous shared this review of Ascension Health on May 23rd, 2018
"You will work with mostly women who are catty and will talk behind your back. You have to be strong and not let it get to you. "
Anonymous shared this review of Ascension Health on Feb 13th, 2018
"This is a positive place for women to work. You should apply"
Anonymous shared this review of Ascension Health on Dec 29th, 2017
"Good healthcare benefits. Work like balance is good. Large company"
Anonymous shared this review of Ascension Health on Sep 11th, 2017
"No maternity leave; have to use short-term disability and PTO. HR is dramatically understaffed and slow. Senior leadership is insular, out of touch, and patronizing. Unaware of how savvy/strategic they are, as they do not communicate to next level of leaders (e.g. VPs). "
Anonymous shared this review of Ascension Health on May 1st, 2017
"No Maternity Leave. Policy is seven days of Personal Time Off (PTO) - (if the associate doesn't have PTO it is non-paid leave), followed by five weeks of short term disability. All remaining time is PTO followed by non-paid time. Essentially, if you have a baby in January, after having a child and returning to work you will have no PTO the rest of the year and will have to take non-paid time when your child gets sick and needs to be picked up from daycare or has a dr. appointment, or you get sick. . . . etc. "