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Anonymous shared this review of Universal Health Services, Inc., United States on Oct 1st, 2020
"The work we do is so important for our neighborhoods and communities. Stay focused on the mission and serving others as that is where the most job satisfaction is bred. "
Anonymous shared this review of Universal Health Services, Inc., United States on Oct 26th, 2019
"Men receive special treatment and are prioritized due to their perceived “physical” advantages while working with patients. This scares off female staff because their needs and wants go ignored. Thus, turnover is at an all time high and this affects the quality of the overall environment, culture, and work-life balance. "
Anonymous shared this review of Universal Health Services, Inc. on Jun 8th, 2018
"Be careful lowering your guard at a UHS facility. As a woman, there are many ways to end up hurt at the end of the work day! "
Anonymous shared this review of Universal Health Services, Inc. on Mar 21st, 2016
"I have worked here for 2 years. In my experience, more weight is given to men's work, their salaries for equal positions (less education) are higher, and and they are quicker to be promoted. Women is most roles aren't given internal promotions and taking maternity leave is detrimental to their career path. The family work balance for women is not tolerated as it is for males. Maternity leave is offered through FMLA, although one must use their earned vacation time before Short term disability payments begin. Overall, this company is not the most friendly to women and job security is not guaranteed if one has a family or health emergency."