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Pay & Benefits
- of employees say healthcare coverage is good or excellent.13 responses
- of employees say retirement benefits are good or excellent.13 responses
- of employees say the family leave policy is good or excellent.13 responses
- of employees say paid time off/vacation days are good or excellent.13 responses
- of employees believe their work helps make the world a better place.13 responses
- of employees say it's easy to work remotely.13 responses
- of employees say schedules are predictable.13 responses
- of employees say taking vacation is encouraged.13 responses
- of employees say the workplace is parent friendly.13 responses
- of employees are happy to work here.13 responses
- of employees say coworkers socialize.13 responses
- of employees think their coworkers are smart.13 responses
- of employees like their coworkers.13 responses
- of employees say the ratio of men to women is about 50/50.13 responses
- of employees say the company is very diverse.13 responses
- of employees say the employees are diverse in age.13 responses
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Cerner is an overall good place to work. They promote a good work life balance. They encourage their associates to learn and grow and promote within, when the opportunities arise. They are in an ever-changing market, which offers daily challenges and keeps the daily tasks interesting. There are many different areas of the company where someone could get started and grow from. With the right start, and the right direction from the right management, this company is a great place to begin a career in healthcare. And with the latest contracts signed, like the DoD and the VA, Cerner offers many areas to expand your knowledge.
I recently left Cerner after working here for 2 years. This was my first job after college, and I learned a lot. The things I disliked about my experience was first that you feel like just a number. This is a huge company and starting out you don't meet management or have insight into the overall company goals much. Promotions and management follow a bell curve each year which forces managers to rank employees against each other and I was told I would have to "jump" another employee for a raise. This promoted a competitive and hostile work environment that I did not enjoy.
I have learned a lot from Cerner from a learning standpoint. Unfortunately, the environment I am in is extremely negative and with the scholarship help for my Masters, I will have the opportunity to move to another company where I feel much more comfortable. The turnover rate is extremely high here and the promotions are very limited.