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Terrance E. Wilson
Pros – The bonds here are strong; it is a working family and people help each other out. Plenty of opportunities to do new things and to learn new skills. The mission and values are evident in the care that is provided to the patients. Each department works cohesively together to make sure the patient experience is a good one.
Cons – Its a tumultous time in health care and difficult to forecast what the future will look like; i do feel that Franciscan St. Elizabeth Health can weather those changes.
Advice to Senior Management – Stay open; stay transparent and keep communicating.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – Great people - they are hardworking and dedicated to their patients and each other. The pay is very competitive with other places I have worked or heard about.
Cons – It's a hospital that is advisory open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This can make for some not so nice schedules at times but it's expected.
Advice to Senior Management – Try to find a way to recognize staff more.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – St. Francis lives its mission of continuing Christ's tradition in healthcare. Unlike other faith-based healthcare providers I have worked for, serving Christ was not merely a slogan, but a profound part of the culture.
Cons – The organization is incredibly show to change and adopt new technology; additionally, they tend to under-resource their care delivery, which negatively affects employee engagement.
Advice to Senior Management – Senior management needs to create transparency with management and front-line staff. Senior management needs to engage management in carrying out strategic plans and train them to roll those plans out to front-line staff.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
Pros – I have a job that allows me the opportunity to help those most in need.
Cons – The employees are the heart of the hospital and they are not held in the regard they deserve. The company continually takes away benefits. No PTO earned for hours over 40 worked per week. No discount in the hospital cafeteria, 2 years without raises. Understaffed. They say the patient is the most important yet they don't give us the staff to do ours jobs in such a fashion that the patients know they are the highest priorty.
Advice to Senior Management – Give back PTO on hours over 40 per week. You are penalizing you most valuable asset (employees who are willing to go above and beyond expectations).
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