Current and former employees report that Four Seasons Health Care provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘the worst about annual leave is the employee cannot take annual leave during Christmas Season, it does not increase the employee's annual leave even you working for a long long time. this is my honest opinion only.’
‘learn as you go. once you signed, that's you in trouble for not keeping up if you mess up.’
‘Average contributions, reasonable in comparison to the market.’
All the typical benefits you would expect, plus new incentives for introducing new team members to the business.
I'd been employed in FSHC for ten years, the benefits I got are annual leave for 5 weeks/Christmas/New Year, Black Friday time and half paid, and one-week compassionate leave. The worst I think in my opinion is a no work no pay policy, no enhancement for weekends job.
Private pension and car allowance
Decent PTO. Reward app relies too heavily on prepay vouchers for lower earners to take advantage of.
I have been in my current position for 5 yrs with minimal pay increases despite consistent praise from management for being one of the strongest in our department. I hold specialty certifications, staff in ICU and ED, am part of several hospital committees, and regularly perform formulary reviews/MUEs/guideline updates. I recently found out that a new hire with no experience was brought in at a higher hourly rate than myself and several other female staff. Suggestions on steps to take with mgmt?
How would you handle not getting a lunch break when you are a salaried employee treating patients for 40 hours a week? I don’t get documentation time either, but all notes are to be completed the same day. Some of us have reached out to HR and we’re told to discuss it with the regional director, but the regional director says we’d have to come in early or leave late to block out a lunch break. My commute is an hour each way, so I’d prefer not to make my day any longer. Advice?
I’ve been a registered nurse for about four years (ambulatory care & I loved it but felt like I missed something not being inpatient) and been a little lost. This past year has been terrible w/ jobs & have had about 5 some contracted some just so awful the stories would blow your hair back & I had to walk out. Finally, I decided to take a telemetry inpatient nurse job & I’ve been there a month & just got another job back in ambulatory. Can some one please give me advice of what I should do.
they are the best employers really friendly
Death in service cover was good.
Nurses receive a joining bonus of £1,500. Other benefits include: Recommend a Nurse Scheme of £1000 Dedicated Training and Support Company Pension Scheme Friendly Working Environment Free Enhanced police Check and uniform Excellent career development opportunities Full time and part time opportunities Discounts and benefits suited to your lifestyle
Great team, everyone’s really lovely and helpful. It’s a breathe of fresh air from my old positions and companies. Treated with respect and like an adult, which is how it should be. Great benefits package. I’ve joined within Covid and I’m already this happy, looking forward to when everything goes back to normal :)
Nothing at all it’s absolutely crap
Nothing exciting to be completely honest, annual leave gets turned down on a regular basis.