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Nurse Managers - Neuro – new

Florida Hospital Orlando Orlando, FL

Located on the lush, tropical campus of Florida Hospital Orlando, The Florida Hospital Neuroscience Institute is considered among the country's best… Glassdoor


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    Healing vs. Money: It is too close to call.

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    Current Employee - Infection Preventionist in Orlando, FL
    Current Employee - Infection Preventionist in Orlando, FL

    I have been working at Florida Hospital Orlando

    Pros

    Some positions offer sign on and relocation bonuses. They offer a competative tuition reimbursement plan and even have an accredeted college of health sciences on site. The work experience varies greatly depending where you work. If you have a good boss and good leadership they have a lot of latitude to make your experience fair and fulfilling. Annual bonuses are paid to each employee.

    Cons

    Personally, I feel the facility can be very hypocritical considering their message is a Christian one. If it is a matter of money, the money comes before the people. Patients are even asked for their co-pay as they lie in a bed in the ED awaiting treatment. Employee who shavre the the faith on which the facility is founded achieve quicker promotions and achieve higher levels of management than those who do not share that faith. In my experience, exempt employees have been made to work double and sometimes triple workloads which can put their average hours per week above 60. Non exempt employees were made to work off the clock. Favoritism was clear, and if you did not fit in you could be pushed out. It was made very clear that one was under a "right to work" situation and this could constantly make one feel under the gun to keep any negative feelings to themselves. Numerous medical professionals in the community have voiced the fact that FH has been very quick to terminate employees who were ill or under trying family situations rather than trying to work it out with them. Again, this can vary greatly from department to department.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Do everything you can to find out what is actually happening on the front lines of the facility. Realize that management over those front line areas are going to make everything seem just fine and sometimes even direct employess not to say anything negative. Employees know that it takes money to keep any organization afloat and prospering, but this should not be at the expense of patient care or fairness to employees.

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