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Beaumont Health Reviews

What is it like working at Beaumont Health?

Labor And Delivery Nurse in Troy:
Pros: My coworkers, the miracle is witnessing births, the rush of adrenaline in emergencies
Cons: Management-seems to hide a lot , administers won’t listen to true concerns of the unit, things always happen behind closed doors
I work so hard for $280 every two weeks. I'm sad because I've been with company 20 years work rain sleet snow holidays Hurricane. No raise still getting paid $8 hour.
Home Health Provider in Beaumont:
Pros: I love my clients like family. I'll break my neck for my clients. I make sure they clean house clean hair comb clothes washed mop cook meds prep bath etc i do it all.
Cons: I deserve a $15 pay per hour. I never failed anyone but i feel like company failed me. My feelings hurt. It's hard to let go my clients because i love them. I want to make sure they happy & living loving laughing till the end. O by the way if ever get down & need help. I pray to God i find someone just like me. Im Jesus name Amen
Technicians and Beaumont are underpaid. They are all so undervalued. They are the hub of the pharmacies in the hospital we do all the work.
Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPHT) in Detroit:
Pros: Vacation
Cons: Underpaid
Dosimetrist in Farmington Hills:
Cons: Not enough staff. Need more help
Janitor in Dearborn:
The absolute worse place I e ever been employed. After being an employee for oakwood and watching it crumble amd "devolve" to this, is on par with watching a close family member rot from an incurable disease.
Lack of Compassion Towards Employees.
Front Desk Receptionist, Medical Office in Taylor:
Cons: Beaumont treats their employees like another number. Management doesn’t stand up for their employees because they have turned higher ups into corporate zombies.
It’s a job.
Histotechnologist in Dearborn:
Pros: That’s it’s close to home
Cons: That we have to choose between our lively hood or loose it due to a vaccination.