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5 days ago

Excellent Locum Tenens Opportunity Working Directly With Leading Health System

Banner Health Phoenix, AZ

Submit your CV's for consideration and to arrange a personal interview. EOE Community… HealtheCareers


2 days ago

SURGICAL TECH OPEN HOUSE EVENT – new

Banner Health Phoenix, AZ

RSVP TODAY with Sheryl.Clark@BannerHealth.com About Banner Heart Hospital Located adjacent to Banner Baywood Medical Center in east Mesa, AZ… TheJobNetwork


2 days ago

MEDICAL DIRECTOR: BANNER MD ANDERSON CANCER CENTER, PHOENIX – new

Banner Health Gilbert, AZ

• Ability to develop strategic plans and proactively promote positive public relations. Assures that clinical activities are efficient, effective… HealtheCareers


3 days ago

Medical Assistant Internal Medicine (Internal Med - 32nd St

Banner Health Phoenix, AZ

Banner Heath is a comprehensive, award-winning, nonprofit health system with facilities in seven western states. Throughout our network of hospitals… Jobg8


5 days ago

Special Procedures Technologist-Cardiac Cath Lab

Banner Health Phoenix, AZ

With more than 650 licensed patient care beds, Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center is the flagship hospital within Banner Health, offering care to… Jobg8


15 hrs ago

Medical Assistant-Registration Representative - General Surgery (Gilbe – new

Banner Health Phoenix, AZ

Banner Heath is a comprehensive, award-winning, nonprofit health system with facilities in seven western states. Throughout our network of hospitals… Jobg8


5 days ago

Special Procedures Technologist-Electrophysiology

Banner Health Phoenix, AZ

With more than 650 licensed patient care beds, Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center is the flagship hospital within Banner Health, offering care to… Jobg8


5 days ago

Registered Nurse Case Manager

Banner Health Phoenix, AZ

Banner Heath is a comprehensive, award-winning, nonprofit health system with facilities in seven western states. Throughout our network of hospitals… Jobg8


5 days ago

Registered Nurse Ante Partum Banner Good Samaritan

Banner Health Phoenix, AZ

Excellent customer service skills Excellent teamwork Excellent communication skills Current CPR required for all employees Current NRP required for… Jobg8


15 hrs ago

Registered Nurse Surgery Main Operating Room – new

Banner Health Phoenix, AZ

With more than 650 licensed patient care beds, Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center is the flagship hospital within Banner Health, offering care to… Jobg8


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    Was a good company in every way, and then turned into a horrible organization to work for.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Phoenix, AZ
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Phoenix, AZ

    I worked at Banner Health full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    My journey led to great opportunities for advancement, an education, and excellent transfer opportunities. Over the course of over 13 years, I was able to advance from the lowest rank to the highest rank in my department. I loved my job until things changed for the worse.

    Cons

    Banner Health (BH) is in a difficult change with healthcare reform. I don't blame BH solely for what has happened to healthcare in general. However, the corporate executive team does not make cuts like they are demanding those that actually give care or do the hands-on work. For example, while I was being asked to reduce staff, the corporate executives were actually hiring more corporate executives at big salaries, and the CEO received a significant raise while we were being reduced down to fewer staff and supplies needed to do our jobs effectively, efficiently, and safely.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take a closer look at the staff that actually makes a difference in people's lives and invest in them. Your reductions are having a significantly negative impact on employee morale and community confidence in you as a preferred healthcare organization. Stop hiring corporate executives and instead give back to those that helped you in a pinch, those of us that went a few years without raises, sacrificed equipment we desperately needed, and found creative ways to save you big sums of money. My team alone helped save you over $500,000 in less than 2 years, and all I got in return was an eliminated position. You used to be an organization that actually cared about your employees, one we used to love and were very loyal to, but now you are looking at ways to screw those that have stayed loyal to you and made huge sacrifices for many years. Shame on you for this, this is an example of corporate sell-out and greed, and I do not know how you sleep at night!

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