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AHS-IS is dysfunctional

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Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Lake Mary, FL
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Lake Mary, FL

I have been working at Adventist Health System

Pros

Good people working in the lower ranks.

Cons

Executive Management at AHS-IS is extremely dysfunctional, poor leaders and untrustworthy. Corporate never comes by to check on the Lake MAry office. The executives tell Corporate whatever they want to hear. Meanwhile they run the workers into the ground with little regard for them. They are drvien by deadlines, not what is best for the corporation.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Get rid of all of AHS-IS senior leadship (CIO, CTO and VP level) and start over with people who care about the corporation and the employees instead of their bonuses. Take a look at how many people have left the company in the past year. People are giving up on the executives.

Doesn't Recommend
Approves of CEO

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  1. 3 people found this helpful  

    I am overworked, unappreciated, taken advantage of and disrespected by management.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Lagrange Hlds, IL
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Lagrange Hlds, IL

    I have been working at Adventist Health System

    Pros

    The convenience of living so close to work and the people I work WITH (NOT FOR) are the only two incentives that keep me working at the Adventist Health System.

    Cons

    Leadership is VERY dysfunctional and a lot of managers are disrespectful towards their employees. Even when administration is made aware of such problems, they don't respond. It's a very political and dysfunctional place. They have employee gallop polls which are totally useless. My manager told our group which questions we could NOT select to work on in order to improve our department (because it would make her look bad). Leadership is unappreciative of their employees and treats employees horribly. Health Insurance is TERRIBLE and overall compensation is VERY poor (minimal time off compared to other health care organizations, low salaries etc). Leadership expects more & more from employees but give less and less. I heard that Home Health employees will no longer be provided with company cell phones, which is thier main means of communication. They will be expected to provide their own phones and wil be provided $50 toward thier phone bill, which will be considered taxable income! Have you ever heard of a health care organization so cheap??? I couldn't believe it when I heard that one about Home Health! Than again, it's consistent with the Adventist philosophy-CHEAP & UNAPPRECIATIVE!!!! NEVER WOULD I RECOMMEND ADVENTIST AS A PLACE TO WORK!!!!!!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Provide employees the compensation they deserve: MORE TIME OFF, COMPETATIVE SALARIES, DECENT HEALTH CARE!!!! DEAL WITH PROBLEMS INSTEAD OF GIVING EMPLOYEES FAKE SMILES AND AVOIDING PROBLEMS, ACT ON EMPLOYEE FEEDBACK, TREAT EMPLOYEES WITH RESPECT AND APPRECIATION (more than a free picnic in the summer or a free holiday lunch) HOW GIFT CERTIFICATES, SALARY INCREASES???? EMPLOYEES KNOW CEO'S AND LEADERSHIP ARE NOT HURTING FOR MONEY & PROBABLY HAVE GOTTEN BONUSES, WHILE THE REST OF US HAVE GOTTEN 1% RAISES AND SOME OF THE WORST HEALTH CARE INSURANCE!!!!!

    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO
  2. 1 person found this helpful  

    comfy job with great experiences

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    Former Employee - Desk Clerk  in  Bolingbrook, IL
    Former Employee - Desk Clerk in Bolingbrook, IL

    I worked at Adventist Health System

    Pros

    The hospital is beautiful and the work people do is very efficient. There is a clear system and they give you very extensive training, with easy communication with leaders. The job isn't too difficult; there were some days where I would bring a book, etc. However, you still gain great experiences with working with people.

    Cons

    The job as a desk clerk could get a little boring. The nurses seemed overworked, especially in MedSurg, but they still seemed pretty satisfied with their jobs.

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