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Anonymous shared this review of Providence Health & Services, United States on Jan 23rd, 2020
"It’s a quality place but every department is different culturally. So good and bad areas. Lots of changes since combining with St Joseph health like outsourcing procurement and HR overseas have made my job a lot harder and more frustrating."
Anonymous shared this review of Providence Health & Services on Oct 2nd, 2017
"From perspective of Health Plan employee- not hospital/ health system: the boss of the health plan CEO is a woman of color, which sends a nice message. I've experienced much less overt sexism here than other workplaces and there is a precedent of strong women leaders here. That said, majority of senior leadership is still white men. No paid mat leave or anything beyond FMLA but there is a designated locked pumping room on separate floor with a schedule for use. "
Anonymous shared this review of Providence Health & Services on Sep 27th, 2017
"Most departments are great. Most managers care about their staff. Not all schedules are flexible, but many offer self scheduling."
Anonymous shared this review of Providence Health & Services on Aug 25th, 2016
"They do not follow their own company motto in the day to day running of the office"
Anonymous shared this review of Providence Health & Services on May 20th, 2016
"There is flexibility in scheduling and you can work from home from time to time. Values family, work:life balance and giving back to the community which are awesome! Be aware that the PTO must be used for holidays as well as sick and vacation days. It seems generous at first, but when you look at all the holidays you'll see it could be much better. This company needs holiday pay and a better bonus structure."
Anonymous shared this review of Providence Health & Services on Mar 21st, 2016
"Be aware that Providence "nice" can be a trap for women. If you work at Providence you know what that is. Consensus is a wonderful goal, but ultimately someone has to make a decision. Management is male dominated. And although they talk the talk about the Mission, Vision, and Values, they don't walk the walk."