I have been working at University Hospitals of Cleveland full-time (More than a year)
Great culture and leadership at the Main Campus.
Community hospitals leave a LOT to be desired and are very poorly managed. Staffing is a complete disaster and holes are intentionally not filled as a means to manage the budget.
Advice to Management
You have to invest in your employees and make them feel like they are valued if you want to run a unit 3-4 nurses short. People do not want to work in those conditions, especially when they do not feel heard and appreciated.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at University Hospitals of Cleveland (Cleveland, OH).
Applied online, contacted about a week later by a recruiter via email to schedule a phone interview. Phone interview was about a half hour and was very enjoyable and the recruiter was pleasant. Was informed I would hear something by the end of week or I should contact her. I was scheduled by the end of week for in-person interview with department manager in Cleveland on main campus. That interview was ok — was given tour around department, told what I would be doing, asked if I had any questions, etc. A week later I was offered the position.
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