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Education Program Coordinator – new

American Nurses Association Silver Spring, MD

Working within the Product Development team serves to assist the Lead Nurse Planner and Education Program Specialist (EPS)-Nurse Planner in… Glassdoor

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    Leadership Misuses Their Authority - NOT A GOOD PLACE

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    Former Employee - Exempt-Level Professional
    Former Employee - Exempt-Level Professional

    I worked at American Nurses Association full-time (more than 5 years)


    *Good benefits
    *$4,000 tuition reimbursement
    *36.25 hour work week
    *Union for non-managers
    *Great place for women
    *Great place for morbidly obese individuals


    *Culture of fear
    *Bullying is the norm in several departments
    *Managers abuse employees and leaders do nothing
    *Leadership misuses their authority
    *HR lacks the ability to resolve some issues; this is a problem
    *Many grievances are filed with the union each month
    *Extremely high turnover - 50% of about 300+ employees have worked at ANA/ANCC/ANF less than 2 years
    *33% of employees have worked with the organization less than a year
    *Small cubicles with no space after redesign
    *Many people are sick, because of the stress at work
    *Not the best place for straight men

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    *If you commission a 1-year study that says the biggest problem is that employees don't trust the leaders, do something about it!
    *Do not waste employees time with a 1-year study and then say I already knew everything that you and nine of your colleagues spent 1 year studying, so I don't need to listen to what the report says; I know it all already
    * If you know it all already, why is your employee turnover so incredibly high?
    *If you know it all, why are there so many grievances filed with the union?
    *In addition to paying settlements for employee grievances (there are many!), start handling the problems at the root
    *Do not waste the members' money by promoting 10 people to vice president with no real rationale
    *Fire workplace bullies

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