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Pay & Benefits
What's the most unique benefit or perk?
Based on 21 responsesReport
- of employees say healthcare coverage is good or excellent.21 responses
- of employees say retirement benefits are good or excellent.21 responses
- of employees say the family leave policy is good or excellent.21 responses
- of employees say paid time off/vacation days are good or excellent.21 responses
- of employees believe their work helps make the world a better place.21 responses
- of employees say it's easy to work remotely.21 responses
- of employees say schedules are predictable.21 responses
- of employees say taking vacation is encouraged.21 responses
- of employees say the workplace is parent friendly.21 responses
- of employees are happy to work here.21 responses
- of employees say coworkers socialize.21 responses
- of employees think their coworkers are smart.21 responses
- of employees like their coworkers.21 responses
- of employees say the company is mostly women.21 responses
- of employees say the company is very diverse.21 responses
- of employees say the employees are diverse in age.21 responses
Nationwide Children's Hospital Reviews
Nationwide Children's Hospital does incredible work for children. There are many state of the art technology services that are offered. Thus place is so accommodating to children and their families. As an employee, work life balance can be difficult due to inability of getting approved for time off. Working short staffed or down to the bare bones has become common practice in the ambulatory setting.
Great place to work! Diverse work force, great mission, always growing and looking for better ways to serve the community’s children.
I have enjoyed my job here at NCH more than any other job I have every had. I would like to continue my career as a nurse at NCH once I am out of nursing school. Currently I am a nursing assistant in the nursing float pool and have been exposed to many different types of floors and environments. Despite the experience I have gained working in many types of units, I more often than not am assigned one patient as a sitter. I would like to see here be more effort put forth to encourage units to allow float PCA's to have more opportunities to have patient assignments instead of sitting as a constant attendant for the majority of the time.