Was once an excellent place to have a career
Radiologic Technologist (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – September 16, 2015
I was employed with Broward Health for 9 years. It is sad to work in an environment where you are being constantly reminded how lucky you are to have a job. I was hired based on my skills after careful screening to provide customer service to the community that walked through the doors, not because I am a FTE that is lucky.
Constantly being excused from work early, sometimes after just 2 hrs of work, thus having to use your accumulated sick time just to receive a descent paycheck.
Department cliques, if you are not in the current management clique you will be treated very different than those that are joined at the hip. Rules are created that are not corporate approved to solve issues, ask HR how many times employees brought to this to their attention. Employees running their business during working hours as patients waited for their services, I seen it, brought it to the appropriate level to receive attention, and it was ignored. It was still going on as of my last day of employment.
To sum it up, at the end of my career with Broward Health Imperial Point I drove white knuckled to work. I am happy that this is not the case any more.
This hospital as a whole saves lives and improves the lives of those that use their services, no doubt. But when the the hospital /department is sick, who is going to save it.
Professional working relationships developed, 403B, Pension, Health Insurance
Lack of honesty and integrity upon mid and upper level management, department cliques, unwritten rules