- Parrish Medical Center06.Apr 2018
They need to sue whatever consulting firm they bought culture plan from because (1) It ain't working and (2) It's as obvious as the wetness of water that they bought it, paid too much for it and are implementing it all wrong.
Support from management
If you think that hearing about things at the last minute or even after they have happened is a good thing, then it's great.
Lacks any career path
Overall compensation for your work
No raises in almost a decade - bonuses are few and far between. Each year they revise the health insurance plan so it costs more and gives less - pretty sad that the health insurance for employees working at a hospital is this bad. Administration is unwilling to use correct job titles for employees because it will make them have to pay a compensatory rate for the work/job they do.
Depends on the day, week or month.
Not as shiny as the administration is fooling themselves into believing it is.
Their idea of an employee retention plan is "Just be lucky you still have a job".
Suggestions for improvement
- First, replace the Board of Directors - they are all worthless. Second, just give the CEO his golden parachute (that's what he's waiting for anyways) and bring in someone who knows how to successfully run a hospital. While you're at it get rid of the VP's in administration as well - they are a big part of the problem.
What I like about the company
Co-workers and fellow employees.
What I dislike about the company
Management's total disregard for it's employees. Administration has two levels of dealing with problems (1) Sticking their collective heads in the sand like a bunch of ostriches, just hoping the problem will go away and (2) Running around like Chicken Little when the problem balloons into something that is too big to deal with.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyParrish Medical Center
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former employee
- PositionNot specified