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- "Always stressed you out by putting more work on you and always kept it short staffed and made it feel like you were the problem when really it's quite obvious Management was poor." (in 7 reviews)
- "working the primary care providers (for less pay as well)" (in 6 reviews)
- "Managers play favorites." (in 3 reviews)
- "Some departments have managers that micromanage or play favoritism." (in 3 reviews)
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- 3.0Jul 15, 2018Registered NurseFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsColumbus, IN
Low level management are good (department managers), Family-like working condition, tuition reimbursement for school, opportunities to grow and to explore other fields. Most of the physician are nice to work with.
Short staffed, high turnover in the recent 3 years, lack of appreciation of their employees, A pay cut did happen due to reason to follow a standardized pay in the area (???), resulting people leaving and hiring of more travel nurses. Seem cant retain new hires,3
- 3.0Apr 1, 2017Registered NurseFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsLouisville, KY
Friendly staff, clean, good benefits, good 403 b plan. Management not,friendly or approachable. CPR classes good. Acls great. Equipment new.
Short staffed, software horrible, pharmacy short staffed, doctors won't return calls and hateful. Constantly,calling you on your days off to work.
- 1.0Sep 29, 2020PhlebotomistFormer Employee, more than 1 yearColumbus, IN
If you We're in with the clique then at least you had your team to count on
Pay was awful Management was awful always playing favorites, never helping when you asked for it. Always stressed you out by putting more work on you and always kept it short staffed and made it feel like you were the problem when really it's quite obvious Management was poor.