Pros – The facility provided good benefit package.
Cons – The facility has a history of frequent downsizing of leadership.
Advice to Senior Management – Difficult to maintain leadership position until retirement without doing downsizing.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
“St. Mary's is a good company to work for, and I would recommend it to others as a place of employment.”
Pros – great people to work with, good medical benefits
Cons – location, no pension plan for new employees, no sick bank-you have to use PTO for days off including FMLA reasons, not very competitive wages, pay scale increases very slowly
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – helping people to get better
Cons – off hours of shifts working
Pros – Employee picnic, annual Christmas dinner, retirement teas, spiritual center with classes available, has potential to be great with incoming medical school
Cons – Frequent changes to administration, too many meetings and not enough action on initiatives, some associates use the other hospital in town as an excuse not to do things
Advice to Senior Management – It would be nice see less meetings talking about what we can do and instead more action actually completing the initiatives. It would also be nice to see a greater effort at maintaining a fair approach to all associates.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
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Pros – The benefits are good and they do try and be a good employer.
Cons – Old style leadership. Managers that were promoted past their level of skill. Micromanaging of staff . Drowns creativity and frowns on open and honest dialog. Everyone is always trying to avoid conflict and keep everyone happy. DIfficult issues are avoided and the top leadership is out of touch and lacks key leadership skills. Complaints are made over and over again, and action is not swift.
Advice to Senior Management – Put a new Adminstrator in, one with more people skills. Hold leadership accountable and get Managers training and held accountable. Most perferabley get them business education and project management training. They have medical experience but lack basic business sense. To much focus on the medical like a nurse, but not manager.If they do not step up, replace them. I often times visualize what it would be like to replace some managers and I immediately get a very good feeling. Get some action takers and good communicators who are open, honest and open to hear constructive criticism. Too many resistant to change.