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What advice would you give the CEO of 21st Century Oncology about how to improve it?

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Stop over paying management.

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Take care of ee company tried to pacify us when chapter 11 by buying lunch pizza cheapest appreciation lunch.
Provide pay raises lower our insurance cost.
Stop over paying management.

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There is NO CEO at 21C. The company churns through senior executives like butter. The '"acting" CEO, (appropriate title since he only acts like one and has no skills at all) is a joke. Same thing goes for the "acting" CFO. I feel sorry for the patients who are clueless about what is happening/

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Got rid of Naples Urology's NUA, manager! He talks about the doctor's and managers over him and no one cares! They need a better manager.

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Doctors and management not appreciative of your work. Lots of favoritism and very toxic work environment. Overworked and underpaid employees. Management is a pot stirrir who loves gossip. Poor and unfit management.

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The company has many filed pending complaints to the SEC, the DOJ and the IRS from ex-employees. The public debt investors have been convinced to invest based on fraudulent financial statements. Shameful

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Stop committing fraud for one. And you know the company is still. have enough employees to cover the front office and pay them well at least $18.00. Give better health/dental/vision benefits/ more vacation time /more time off. Treat your employees as they're important to you. You can afford it, by your salary we all know the company can afford it

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I think it would be important for the CEO to know that transparency, no matter what the message, is important. The company is going through quite a few changes and communication always helps with transition.

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More vacation time.

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Train your staff properly
Screen the people you hire better
Hire people more qualified to run a department
Have consistent hours

Answered - Corporate (Former Employee) - Fort Myers, FL

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