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5 days ago

Psychiatric NP - Outpatient - Hillsborough County - Florida

Acuity Carrollwood, FL

Would consider a new grad who has a psych NP degree, or a general ARNP with at-least 2 years of experience as a psych ARNP. Starting Salary: Around… Glassdoor

16 days ago

Functional Medicine Physician Age management Medicine Pinellas County Florida

Acuity Saint Petersburg, FL

If you are looking for the freedom to practice with healthcare professionals that are passionate about healthcare, then this is for you. This is a… Glassdoor

10 days ago

RN or LPN Care Manager - Home Health

Acuity Tampa, FL

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

30+ days ago

Family Practice Physician - Outpatient - Pasco County

Acuity Land O Lakes, FL

Call is only 3 weeks out of the entire year and by phone only. Benefits: • Salary guarantee with a bonus structure • Financial partnership… Glassdoor

24 days ago

Family Practice Physician - Outpatient - Hillsborough County

Acuity Temple Terrace, FL

The call is one week on and two weeks off. The call is for phone call only and is usually light. No hospital or ER call. Benefits: • $160K… Glassdoor

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Rui Garcia
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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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