Columbus Regional Health Employee Reviews about "upper management"
72% would recommend to a friend
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67% approve of CEO
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- 2.0Sep 28, 2020Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearColumbus, IN
Middle management in my Dept and most others is awesome. Coworkers are great to work with and always help each other. Pay for performance is supposed to be coming back next month.
It feels like upper management and administration staff are getting culled out or jumping ship since covid. The CEO and admin staff dont appear to care for the everyday worker and often have what feel like canned responses to concerns and comes off fake during briefings. Recently there are entire depts that close/'reorganize' or sold off to third party companies to be outsourced.1
- 2.0Mar 25, 2017Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Opportunity to move from dept to dept to find what specialty you would like.
It includes both overt and covert acts of verbal and nonverbal aggression by co-workers, management and upper management, as well as cross departmentally. It is hidden very well by the staff until patients are admitted. Of course everywhere you might be employed has issues, but this is the worst environment and promotes by ignoring deliberate workplace bullying.
- 3.0Dec 21, 2014CNACurrent Employee, less than 1 year
Upper management is great, understanding and involved
Some positions underpaid, 12-hour shifts, not a lot of flexibility, work on holidays, weekends. Coworkers not always helpful, many are burnt-out
- 3.0May 20, 2018Registered NurseCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsColumbus, IN
Seem to have competitive nursing pay.
Poor upper management and lack of communication from upper management on change.
- 3.0Feb 22, 2019Professional Nurse IICurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsColumbus, IN
Great teamwork, nurse manager and asst. nurse manager are very supportive. Most of the doctors are amazing to work with and we have an amazing case manager covering our floor. Additional training/education is not only supported, it's encouraged. Definitely room to grow and paths pursue if you want to expand your practice/knowledge.
Staffing is always short, lots of agency nurses. Seems to be lots of changes/shakeups that keep happening and some units are hemorrhaging staff faster than we could ever hope to replace them. Change is hard but it seems upper management and management on other units are making it even harder than it needs to be. Even when warned this would be the outcome, we were met with 'nurses can be replaced'. Staffing has become a nightmare on some units/shifts and patient care/outcome is suffering because of it. There are a couple units I hate floating to because the seasoned, amazing nurses have abandoned ship and all that is left are the new grads, agency, and less than mediocre staff that don't have any great options of finding other positions.