I have been working at Valley Health System (Nevada) full-time (More than 5 years)
Competitive salary amongst other local health systems in the Las Vegas Valley. If you are LGBT you will be protected by the VHS Human Resources Director, always go to him and bypass local HR for assistance.
Upper management make horrible choices on the choice for lower management. It's not best to "fill" a vacancy if a candidate is not the right choice or have no experience. Human Resources only work for the hospitals best interest, not an employee. Employees are discriminated against and HR lets it happen.
Very secretive managers and favorites are found within the hospitals. Very "clicky" like in high school days. Very hard to trust people you work with which makes it difficult to be productive through your workday. Lots of gossip.
Most departments are short staffed very often which lead to our employee burn out.
Advice to Management
You are losing great talent in your health system. Please help us keep people who want to be here. We need them!
I applied in-person. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Valley Health System (Nevada) (Las Vegas, NV (US)).
Very detail oriented with the former supervisor who then had 17 years work experience with the same company. The salary given was based on the knowledge and experience of the job description in need for the department. Not because one is a friend or acquaintance but because of the knowledge one had experienced in the long years of employment.
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