- Evansville State Hospital17.Mar 2016
FSSA encouraged supervisors to find fault with employees so that they would give good raises only to a few. Politics and favoritism made getting the good raises nearly impossible for most employees. It also fostered some ugly competitiveness with certain employees.
In general, the nursing staff and supervisors were pleasant and encouraging. Most PA's work as a team well.
There was no tuition assistance or other helps for an employee to continue their education. However, the nursing supervisors would often be more flexible with an employee's schedule if they were attending university classes and their major was related to the hospital's interests.