KK Women's and Children's Hospital Employee Reviews about "salary"
68% would recommend to a friend
(13 total reviews)
99% approve of CEO
Top Review Highlights by Sentiment
Excerpts from user reviews, not authored by Glassdoor
Found 13 of over 209 reviews
Updated 24 Oct 2023
- Most Recent
- Highest Rating
- Lowest Rating
Reviews about "salary"Return to all Reviews
- 4.018 Jul 2023Clinical Research CoordinatorFormer Contractor, more than 3 years
- Good benefits - Competitive salary
- Uneven distribution of workload - Lack of potential for growth - No PB because under research contract
- 5.026 Jun 2022ExecutiveFormer Employee, more than 3 years
1. Good health benefits 2. Family-friendly 3. Majority of the healthcare professionals are very friendly and easy to work with 4. Management and admin staff are friendly and approachable 5. Good bonuses
1. Salary is lower than job market 2. Stagnant work but good for those who like such job scope 3. Slow career progression due to too many staff eyeing for the same promotion rank
- 5.023 Jun 2020Operating Theatre AssistantCurrent EmployeeSingapore
Have to work your way up for good salary and bonuses.
Working with highly educated entitled idiots who think they rule the world.
- 2.010 Jan 2023Clinical CoordinatorCurrent Contractor, more than 1 year
Nothing is good over here.
No recognition for admin staff, salary increment/Perf bonus payout sucks. No career progression for a clinical coordinator. Rigid system. Not much comms btw departments. Mgt expects you to find out info by yrself without giving you any guidance or advice wasted alot of time on it.
- 3.029 Sept 2023Senior PsychologistCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsBukit Timah,
Good exposure Understanding and nurturing bosses Alot of leaves (higher than market average)
Low salary (not pegged to marker rates) Poor tech support but expecting miracle solutions from workers. Cost cutting is priority of company Not progressive and old school with regards to policies
- 2.07 Oct 2019Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsSingapore
1) Job stability 2) Constant salary increment and other salary benefits 3) Discounted items at the hospital's stores
1) Upper management does not understand what is going on at the ground level. 2) Lack of team work. 3) Flu jab is strongly encouraged but some will twist the words and say it is compulsory. 4) OT claim computation is rounded off to the nearest 15 minutes and minimum you have to work is 30 minutes before you can even claim as OT. 5) Sometimes the quality of issued shoes and/or uniform is not consistent.
- 4.017 Aug 2022PsychologistFormer Employee
Good training is provided, good environment, interesting families to work with
Salary is not as competitive and career progression is not something the department plans carefully.