Just a wonderful place to work that values its employees, their development and interprofessional teamwork
What I like
They have so many continuing education opportunities in order to continue my professional growth. This is a teaching hospital which opens up everyone to be helpful and supportive. Really helps their employees feel supported and like they want them to be the best possible version of themself
What I dislike
Just could improve the facilities with renovations/improvements/up-to-date equipment.
Suggestions for improvement
Once agin, just renovations and becoming up to date with equipment. The health care field is constantly making advances and sometimes CHI does not advance with the. The care absolutely advances and incorporates research, however no always does the equipment.
Really has that "family" feel that sounds cliche, but is really present.
really promotes interprofessional teamwork.
Healthy coworker interaction leads to healthy work-life balance and activities outside of work
Support from management
Allowed me to gear my schedule and areas I work in toward my interests
Freedom to work independently
I am trusted to do my duties without someone watching me
Inclusive / Diverse
fair workplace that does not discriminate
Predominantly a women-based work environment
Attitude towards older colleagues
Office / Work Environment
always trying to have the best workplace enviornment and recently renovated
Could improve their green initiative. Hard to with many one time use items for sterile purposes in the health care field
generally handicap accessible, however many job duties are not
values maintaing safe work environemnt including training on body mechanics and such
Overall compensation for your work
Well-compensated for area comparisons
Absoultely great place to work that is invested in my professional development
Lots of training opportunities to help me grow into a better clinician
Working in the health care field is always challenging from a health care status and working with the public