Pros – Individual recognition for professional achievements, opportunities for advancement, competitive salary and great benefits. Clean and attractive facility to work in. Patient focused.
Cons – The organization's culture on environmental appearance can cause undue stress for managers and staff both. Limited recruiting area for professional staff. Meeting staffing requirements difficult in between the local college's annual graduation.
Advice to Senior Management – Ease up some on the environmental appearance. The organization's culture in this area makes it rigid and stresses staff. Continue to develop sources from from which to recruit staff.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – I learned alot while there. I was hired as a new nurse. I chose the renal floor. Im glad I did. I believe i developed great skills that will help me in my future as a nurse.
Cons – nurse to patient ratio is rediculous. They only think money and not aquity of patient load.
Advice to Senior Management – base the staffing grid on aquity and not money. You would keep more nurses if you did this.
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Pros – Hamilton Medical Center is a general hospital in a small town and the employees are generally long term as there isn't much competition in other places to work. Everyone knows everyone and you begin to feel like family. Pay is better than one hour north, but quite a bit less than an hour south.
Cons – It's all in who you know at Hamilton. If you are liked, you will advance quickly. Pay is average for this area, but the benefits have been steadily declining over the past few years.
Advice to Senior Management – Staff should be treated equally. Favored employees should not be treated differently. Steps should be taken to ensure that staff are treated well so that they are happy at their jobs.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
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