1216 Second Street Southwest
Rochester, MN 55902
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Mayo Clinic Hospital - Rochester Reviews
Rating 4.8 out of 5 41 reviews
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It's wonderful! Great benefits and support for employees! They work with employees on their disabilities and are flexible with employees on leave time. Compensation is top notch! Due to COVID they gave all employees a $1000 bonus! Thank you! During COVID they did not lay off anyone and were willing to help employees out financially as much as they could. They give students going for undergraduate degrees $2500 for tuition and graduate degrees $5000. They also give $10,000 to employees who adopt a child and offer $15,000 for infertility treatments to employees. Management does everything they can to accomodate your schedules. Students are especially catered to. I needed to just work weekends so that I could go to Nursing school. They made it happen! My manager and administrator were happy to help me get the schedule I needed. Also, health insurance and dental insurance are awesome! They cover a lot of services and treatments people need. It's the best place to work! Love being up here!
I've worked for Mayo Clinic for 18 years. Their transparency through difficult times is amazing and although "the needs of the patient come first," they take care of their employees. Advancement opportunities abound, regular performance appraisals and pay raises, ample PTO, and multiple other benefits make this a great place to work.
Mayo Clinic is truly a one of kind medical center. I worked as an new graduate RN in the ICU and the training and education was amazing. Mayo's strong core values really shows not only in the patient experience, but also with the staff they employ. The pay is competitive, the workload is less than other institutions (aka good staffing rations), and the work life balance is great depending what department you work in. There is plenty room for professional advancement and opportunities to travel to conferences for free. Truly a life changing career as advertised. Rochester, MN is a like a nice suburb with all the grocery and restaurants you need. Great place for family, but if you are a younger single person and need a fun city life, Minneapolis is only an 80 min drive.