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7 days ago

Registered Nurse RN - Emergency Room ER - Palm Beach County - Florida

Acuity Boynton Beach, FL

s: • Emergency Room Registered Nurse • Certifications: • BLS, ACLS, PALS • Florida License required • Must have 3 years experience as… Glassdoor

9 days ago

Internal Medicine Physician - Inpatient

Acuity West Palm Beach, FL

s: • Experienced FP or IM Physician • BC Required • Prefer Experienced Hospitalist • Florida License requiredWith many of our clients… Glassdoor

8 days ago

RN or LPN Care Manager - Home Health

Acuity West Palm Beach, FL

, based on an assessment of each clients health, nutritional status, and psycho/social status and other health related needs. The Health Summary… Glassdoor

21 days ago

Nurse Practitioner APRN - Diagnostic Testing - Pinellas County - Florida

Acuity Largo, FL

Growing Organization is on the cutting edge of personalized medicine. Personalized medicine is a medical model that proposes the customization of… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Physician - Community Health - Okeechobee County

Acuity West Palm Beach, FL

s: • IM or FP Physician • BC or BE • 8-6 Monday, 8-5 Tues, Wed, & Thurs, 8-4 Friday • 20 patients daily • Lite call (phone only… Glassdoor

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Rui Garcia
7 Ratings

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    Former Employee - Project Manager in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Project Manager in Washington, DC

    I worked at Acuity as a contractor (more than an year)


    The occasional free lunch/happy hour


    Leadership sent mixed messages; the CEO tries to be part of the team (i.e. lunch, happy hour events) but remains aloof and uncomfortable. He avoids confortonation and can be very cold.

    The manager I was assigned tried too hard to be your friend. He would text my personal phone about non-work related items and make statements like wanting to meet my family if they came into town- creepy behavior for management. He gave a grand speech to our team about how work is more important than your home life and the contract comes first. So much for a good work/life balance? He thought meetings were a forum for his sense of humor instead of being productive or mentoring. The most frustrating part was trying to raise a point and he would talk over the conversation and turn the entire topic back to himself. Somebody, please validate this manager so he can act like a professional.

    The contract was a mess from the start. There were delays for the kick-off and a scramble to assemble a functional team. They kept pulling names and juggling resources which I felt reflected very poorly to the customer and made teammates feel replaceable. I don't know how they managed to acquire this peice of work with such serious disorganization and communication issues with the client.

    It was a highly political environment with no room for advancement. You knew who had put their time in with the company because even they weren't qualified, they were given preference.

    I followed my co-workers advice: smile and nod to anything the manager said to appease him. That strategy can last only so long. It was an uncomfortable work environment so I eventually quit. Even when I put in my notice, the manager returned the conversation to himself instead of listening and taking steps in a positive direction. As with everything else, I had to smile and nod when putting in my two weeks.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen to staff; be genuine. Keep it professional at all times. Demonstrate leadership.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

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