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Visiting Scientist

Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN

A Visiting Scientist at Mayo Clinic is intended to provide individuals who hold a primary academic appointment at another institution concurrent with… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Nursing Director - Surgical Subspecialties

Mayo Clinic La Crosse, WI

The Nursing Director is responsible for planning, directing and coordinating clinical and personnel activities for the La Crosse clinic based… Ivy Exec

6 days ago

Research Fellow- Physiology & Biomedical Engineering

Mayo Clinic Rochester, NY

A Research Fellow Appointment is available within Dr. Mostafa Fatemis laboratory in Physiology Biomedical Engineering at Mayo Clinic. The candidate… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Director of Laboratory Services

Mayo Clinic Waycross, GA

The director occupies a unique leadership role within the organization. One of the successes of Mayo has been the collegiality and mutual support… Ivy Exec

17 days ago

Maintenance Technician

Mayo Clinic New Prague, MN

Assist Staff Engineer(s) in the performance of their duties, which include painting, light grounds work, disposal of waste, and other light… MyJobHelper

17 days ago


Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, FL +17 locations

The RN in the Operating Room circulates and coordinates the surgical team in all aspects of OR. activities, providing for optimum perioperative… MyJobHelper

9 days ago

Pharmacy Technician

Mayo Clinic Eau Claire, WI +3 locations

Assists pharmacists in providing pharmacy services to our customers. Performs accurate and timely distribution of medications, which may include… MyJobHelper

3 days ago

Nursing Assistant – new

Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN +6 locations

Transports Charter House residents/clients to medical appointments at Mayo Clinic, via wheelchair, in a safe and efficient manner. May need to… MyJobHelper

17 days ago

Home Health Aide

Mayo Clinic Eau Claire, WI

The Home Health Aide/Hospice Aide is a trained person who provides personal care and assistance in activities of daily living for people in their… MyJobHelper

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    Current Employee - Medical Transcriptionist in Rochester, MN (US)
    Current Employee - Medical Transcriptionist in Rochester, MN (US)

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    I have been at Mayo Clinic since the early 2000s, and it's the only major institution I've worked in, though I have had other part time positions elsewhere. I didn't realize how good I had it for the first few years until I started to realize how hard it is to get in to a company like this, especially in economic hard times. I now work in a teleworking position and actually live out of state, even though I started out on the Rochester campus downtown. Working from home has improved my job satisfaction immensely, even though there are sometimes technical difficulties, being able to avoid commuting and having to buy work clothes makes up for the periodic inconvenience. Mayo does take good care of their employees; though, just like any large company, some work units have better supervisors and policies than other. Overall, though, they try to keep things fair in terms of compensation and hours, including systematic raises and pay ranges.


    There are often "hiring freezes" in which, in order to save money, when someone leaves, they are not replaced except for in rare circumstances. Our work unit has experienced this several times now, and the work continues to be redistributed, sometimes stretching people beyond their limits, even if temporarily. The past few years, there have been a lot of campaigns to "work differently," meaning finding ways to work more efficiently and using less resources, waste, etc. It has made a big difference in a positive way in many areas; and, in the current job market, many of us who are still working, we are grateful to have a job with good benefits--however, some of the uncertainty is a little unsettling for some work groups who are always wondering if they will be next on the chopping block. For the most part, however, if a team is eliminated, those folks get first priority in placement in other departments.

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