Some f the nurses and techs are the greatest people I've ever worked with. The patients are wonderful and most of them are really there for a change.
Management and supervision have conflicting opinions on how morally grey areas should be interpreted. Lots of employees are not trained properly. Some nurses don't even know their patients names and faces after working with them for hours. They also have a tendency to treat their techs like dirt. Some of the techs have been trained poorly or do not care and only got the job because of a relative. I can recall plenty of times that nurses have given incorrect medication or mixed up patients and the techs have let patients get away with things like TAKING SCISSOR TO THEIR ROOMS among other things.
Advice to Management
Be more cohesive with you staff. Don't make such drastic changes without the notification of the employees. Send an email or something at least? You have everyone's email addresses and phone numbers... Azfar Malik is no longer the CEO by the way. He sold the company to investors who with their history of buying and selling will more than likely flip the company again soon.
I love working with the patients and they know I care a lot about them. Although, I don't like getting read the riot act from the doctors and I wish it would stop, patients are always telling me how much I help them. It's a good place to work as a nurse. I know what I do is really important in helping patients get better.
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