Support from management
Management is clueless and outdated.
Top down driven and highly political
Freedom to work independently
Highly micromanaged by CEO.
Only communicate negative news. High turnover because of the lack of communication and positive feedback.
Key success factor is your relationship to the CEO and her sister.
Attitude towards older colleagues
No respect to employees and among colleagues.
No training for career advancement. They only held training just to get your signature on the sign in sheet to fulfill external audits.
Overall compensation for your work
Poorly compensated if you are not a doctor - not to mention the abusive attitude by management.
Office / Work Environment
Extremely hot during summer time because of the old air condition. Toilet overflown frequently even in the patient care area.
Not at all! Any programs that don't provide financial incentive to the CEO will not be implemented.
If you punched in your time card 1 minute late, you will hear it from your supervisor.
Check Yelp reviews to see what patients have said about this place. As long as the CEO and her sister can get paid by grants, they don't care about quality to care and patients experience.
Employees would voluntarily leave because of poor management.
They have to provide handicap access because of the federal grant. Otherwise, forget about it.
Their workman comp insurance is sky high because the high frequency of on job injuries. Senior management has been complaining about the high insurance premium but has no plans to protect employees except placing blames.
The challenging work is how to get the job done with the log jam from senior management.
Inclusive / Diverse
If you are Hispanic or related to the CEO, you are included. Otherwise, forget about inclusive or diversity.
Suggestions for improvement
- The board members need to be actual patients who use the facility not hand picked the the CEO. Nothing will be improved with the current board members with the CEO and her sister running the show. Patients continue to suffer unless major changes at the top.
What I like about the company
None, very surprising that they have been able to stay afloat for so long with federal grants. The government would have shut them down long time ago if they conduct surprise audits and review patient comments. They are good with gaming the documentation.
What I dislike about the company
They are supposed to provide quality of care for patients regardless with government funding. Unfortunately, providing quality of care for patients is not their top priority. Their top priority is how to continue to get financial grant to pay Senior Management. Pay increase was recently implemented after three years of no salary increase. In the mean time, the CEO is racking in close to $200K per year. Go figure!