Working at The Veterans Administration (United States)

3.6
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  • Appreciation
    3.3
  • Company Outlook
    3.6
  • Fair Pay
    2.9
  • Learning and Development
    3.4
  • Manager Communication
    3.5
  • Manager Relationship
    3.8
  • Pay Policy
    3.8
  • Pay Transparency
    3.2
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The Veterans Administration (United States) Reviews

What is it like working at The Veterans Administration (United States)?

January 2019
"Veterans."
Registered Nurse (RN), Critical Care in Chillicothe:
Pros: taking care of veterans
Cons: decreased my pay due to fault on the employer after being here for 8 months
January 2019
"Autonomy with Responsibility."
Implementation Manager in Parrish:
Pros: The ability to make a difference and bring a project to completion.
Cons: Pay freezes, and political influence in selecting senior management
February 2019
"It not the best to work."
HVAC Service Technician in San Bruno:
Pros: other co workers
Cons: upper management
February 2019
"Each day is different is what I like."
Project Engineer in Boston:
Pros: I enjoy the people I work with.
Cons: The commute is 40 minutes.
April 2019
"Good."
Sterile Processing Manager in Salt Lake City:
Pros: People
Cons: Pay
June 2019
Medical Support Assistant in Cincinnati:
New leadership every 6 months which causes confusion. Communication is slim to none. Morale is low. Working more with less. Mistakes are being made because of being short staffed. Patient safety not a concern.
September 2019
Adult Nurse Practitioner (ANP) in Columbus:
No raise in over 5 years for nurse practitioners. Physicians receive bonuses but nurse practitioners do not. Administration is run by social services and not healthcare trained administration. Excellent patients to work with in a cumbersome system.
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