Poor work life balance. Leaders expect you to crank out work at a moments notice, often times expecting you to work 10 + hrs. a day compiling reports that then I have often seen either not used at all, or just given a glance and tossed.
It may depend on the department worked in, but 60+ hrs. a week are very common for me (salaried with no OT differential).
Many of the management I've come across have been unprofessional in that they will often times not answer email requests, or will simply ignore you.
Just about everyone I work with puts in 50-60 hrs a week without lunches, yet I have not heard any leader come and thank anyone for their hard work, or going above and beyond to complete projects or requests.
I have worked for multiple companies in the past in a management role, and would never consider this acceptable treatment of a coworker or subordinate.
That aside, Bronson is a growing hospital with a good future, but knowing all of this, I would not choose to work here as my first choice.
Nice healthcare benefits, 401K, good future
Poor worklife balance, not much thanks