It used to be a great place to work. They have made it less personable. I feel it is all about money now.
What I like
I have to say the people I have worked with for the last 15 plus years have made this job doable! We care for each other. I have lost my parents as have many of the others I work with. We support each other through lost children, divorces, surgeries, and so much more. While I feel not heard from my manager up the people I work with are great.
What I dislike
The way they continue to take perks away. I just don't think they care. We used to have nurses week now we have hospital week.
Suggestions for improvement
I would allow people to indentured earned time off. I personally know several people who are not accruing time off because they have maxed out as I have. I am working but cannot get time off because we don't have the staff for people to get off.
I like the people I work with. I just don't think my manager has any clue about how hard as work.
I rarely hear communication about what is happening. It is usually my h later. Very poor feedback to start unless you don't do something.
I don't see that they care about my interactions.
I can never seem to get time off.
Support from management
I frequently as out educator questions, rarely hear back answers.
Freedom to work independently
I am not sure if is trust it is just the field. But an educator checks out documentation so maybe no trust.
Nursing is primarily a female population.
Office / Work Environment
Either too hot or cold. The lighting in supply listed is awful. The rolling computers frequently break. IT is not available to fix them regularly.
There is one re cycle can for the whole department, but it is the ONLY trash can do we are u able to recycle.
For patients yes, staff no.
A nurse was recently stabbed. No not safe. But it has gotten better since the stabbing. Not proactive.
Overall compensation for your work
They just took away my 20% shift differential. So not no competitive.
It has become very challenging working under the budget constraints. Also the patients are older, sicker or younger drug addicts. These are very difficult populations to work with