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30+ days ago

Clinical Pharmacist

Tufts Medical Center Boston, MA

Tufts Medical Center


30+ days ago

Ophthalmic Technician I

Tufts Medical Center Boston, MA

Tufts Medical Center


30+ days ago

CPD Clinical Educator

Tufts Medical Center Boston, MA

Tufts Medical Center


30+ days ago

Physician Assistant

Tufts Medical Center Boston, MA

Tufts Medical Center


2 days ago

Ultrasound Technologist – new

Tufts Medical Center Boston, MA

Tufts Medical Center


30+ days ago

Medical Technologist: Blood Bank

Tufts Medical Center Boston, MA

Tufts Medical Center


2 days ago

Switchboard Operator – new

Tufts Medical Center Boston, MA

Tufts Medical Center


30+ days ago

Clinical Instructor

Tufts Medical Center Boston, MA

• This role is responsible for assisting the Clinical Nursing Director and the Professional Development Director, in conjunction with the needs of… Tufts Medical Center


2 days ago

Surgical Booking Coordinator – new

Tufts Medical Center Boston, MA

Tufts Medical Center


30+ days ago

Public Safety Officer I

Tufts Medical Center Boston, MA

Tufts Medical Center


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Michael Wagner
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    I worked at Tufts Medical Center full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Benefits package is not bad. There is a dunkin donuts in the building and it is convenient to most public transit. Many of the people who hold middle management positions in ambulatory operations are delightful people that make coming to work enjoyable. Many of the physicians who are employed at the hospital are excellent doctors who are experts in their fields and care about the patients that they treat and the residents that they train.

    Cons

    Senior and executive leadership are completely inept and are incapable of taking responsibility for their decisions. There is more emphasis placed on not stepping on the toes of certain department chiefs and good ol boy executives and less emphasis placed on actually making positive organizational change or focusing on the end goal of patient treatment. Upper management is incapable of making decisions because executive level leadership does not provide them with the guidance they need to make business decisions that are in line with the goals of the organization.

    Senior leadership will promote certain individuals based on their personal relationships with their 'inner circle' rather than an individual's actual ability to perform the managerial tasks of a position. They are passive aggressive towards those that they do not care for and will actually go so far as to block them from promotions or leadership opportunities. Even if there are policies and place they will bend them to their own personal whim to satisfy their own personal agendas.

    Accountability is demanded from employees, but they are not given the tools or the authority to be successful. Management routinely and consistently set up others for failure.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be leaders, give your employees opportunities to succeed and shine. Stop taking credit for other people's hard work. Stop blaming other people for your inability to decide and lead the charge.

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