- Partners Healthcare16.Mar 2019
Company focus is on money, not how employees are treated nor providing best care to patients.
Support from management
My current nurse manager is very supportive.
the little community hospital is closing and we've all worked well together, help each other out.
Freedom to work independently
The nurse managers are very controlling, money focused, and micromanage employees, do not enforce autonomy.
Doesn't share information upfront, we're usually the last to know.
Nursing is a female dominated field, however equal opportunities depends on position.
Attitude towards older colleagues
The company would rather hire new graduates than pay for a more experienced nurse.
Not as many possibilities at the moment.
Overall compensation for your work
My pay is fair.
Office / Work Environment
Moderate work environment.
Partners stopped recycling at the community hospital, to save costs.
Can't speak on this, but doesn't seem to provide suitable work-life balance.
Unfortunately, I am considering a different employer when the community hospital closes.
I could be laid off, or possibly without a job when the hospital closes.
The company should have more.
Yes, a safe environment
Nursing is very challenging, more so with this company, more work load placed on nurses.
Inclusive / Diverse
The company located in Salem could benefit with a more diverse culture.
Suggestions for improvement
- Culture should be one of kindness, caring, togetherness, not subjugating staff, micromanagement is stifling, bully like behavior. Assisting staff to provide the best possible care would greatly improve this company's environment.
What I like about the company
I learned as a new nurse from all the great experienced nurses, we all work together as a team, and help one another, our little community hospital is loved by many patients.
What I dislike about the company
The obsessive focus on money and overtime, budgets, spending, Partners is the largest non-profit, for-profit health care system in MA, making billions,acquiring healthcare systems in other states and crying poor when closing a much needed community hospital to help all, including the poor, downtrodden, homeless. It's immoral. And their staff is far more important than dollar signs.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyPartners Healthcare
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Current employee