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Anonymous shared this review of Houston Methodist, United States on Sep 24th, 2019
"I LOVED working at Houston Methodist in the Texas Medical Center! I was a Flex Pool ICU RN and they leadership was great!! Show up on time and attend mandatory trainings (you get paid). Flexibility of my schedule was amazing, they have two options for PRN staff 10 shifts a month (4 of those weekends) or 6 shifts a month (2 of those on weekends). Pay is according to how many shifts you contract and you can get more if you work ICU and PACU. Also if you work the 10 shift contract you can get medical benefits."
Anonymous shared this review of Houston Methodist on Aug 31st, 2018
"Flexibility and experience while working there really varies by department and associated leadership"
Anonymous shared this review of Houston Methodist on Jul 16th, 2018
"The corporate marketing environment is very supportive of family life. Employees who have children can set up their schedules to accommodate school and daycare drop offs and pick ups. Standard hours are 9 to 5, but employees have flexibility to adjust this as needed. Working from home is infrequent and situational, but the organization is working toward standardizing a more flexible policy. My understanding is that maternity leave benefits are minimal -- short-term disability for 6 weeks and then PTO. I'm not familiar with the pay percentage earned during this time. Leadership champions strategic planning, measurement and the ability to influence others. The department has tripled in size under the VP who was recruited 5 years ago. She has built new teams around market research, digital, and creative services. The cross-functional nature of the work and collaboration are fulfilling. However, work moves slowly, which stems from an organizational culture of group decision making. My biggest sense of dissatisfaction comes from the fact that the team is capable yet not as smart as some A-list environments."