Haverhill Pavilion Behavioral Health Hospital Career Development FAQ

Read what Haverhill Pavilion Behavioral Health Hospital employees think about career development at the company. Employees have questions about everything from promotions and mentoring to job security.

Haverhill Pavilion Behavioral Health Hospital has a career opportunities rating of 1.9.

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How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at Haverhill Pavilion Behavioral Health Hospital?

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September 13, 2019

Pros

None that I can think of

Cons

Management lies when offering you the job. Offer experienced nurses multiple weeks of training yet only provided a single week yet offer new nurses 3 months. State they have an open door policy, yet when you talk to them to address the situation they fail to admit their errors or acknowledge their fault and instead will twist everything to be your fault. Working with potential violent patients yet lack of proper training and not the best management.

Advice to Management

Learn to admit when you make mistakes, own it, be professional and don't try and twist the narrative to punish the employee due to your mistakes or incompetence

Offer experienced nurses multiple weeks of training yet only provided a single week yet offer new nurses 3 months.

September 13, 2019

Reviewed by: Licensed Practical Nurse in Haverhill, MA (Former Employee)

September 13, 2019

Pros

None that I can think of

Cons

Management lies when offering you the job. Offer experienced nurses multiple weeks of training yet only provided a single week yet offer new nurses 3 months. State they have an open door policy, yet when you talk to them to address the situation they fail to admit their errors or acknowledge their fault and instead will twist everything to be your fault. Working with potential violent patients yet lack of proper training and not the best management.

Advice to Management

Learn to admit when you make mistakes, own it, be professional and don't try and twist the narrative to punish the employee due to your mistakes or incompetence

Working with potential violent patients yet lack of proper training and not the best management.

September 13, 2019

Reviewed by: Licensed Practical Nurse in Haverhill, MA (Former Employee)

2 English reviews out of 2