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Top Review Highlights by Sentiment
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- "Poor management and do not have a clue." (in 118 reviews)
- "Staff experiences repercussions for speaking up if it does coincide with the mandate from senior leadership" (in 52 reviews)
- "Bad upper management." (in 50 reviews)
- "I've seen other managers and directors feel their sense of power and abuse it." (in 39 reviews)
- "Favoritism runs rampant, damaging gossip is allowed and accepted." (in 27 reviews)
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- 3.0Aug 18, 2019SupervisorFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsPalo Alto, CA
- Good benefits - Many opportunities for internal transfer to other positions
- No standardized training for various positions - Upper management seems very unaware and uncaring for 'on the frontlines' employees - Non-clinical management of clinical departments leads to frustration and mismanagement of clinical practice - A LOT personal dissatisfaction due to BIG EGOs and PERSONALITIES
- 3.0Aug 23, 2015DirectorCurrent Employee, more than 5 years
+ Stable employer (no history of layoffs) + Good advancement opportunities from company's steady growth (especially in Utah) + Coworkers are knowledgeable and helpful + Good training program for supervisors and managers + CEO holds regular Q&A sessions with employees + Company goals are clear
- Wages and benefits are somewhat less generous than the rest of Sutter Health - Senior management is much less diverse than the company as a whole - Little investment in professional development for middle and upper management - Department level and individual goals could be more clear - CEO is a micro-manager so decision making can be slow and middle managers can't exercise independent judgment and develop as managers - Agree with an earlier commenter that the CEO has a bullying management style6