Pros: just the low salary
Cons: disrespect to employees, poor management, keeping lazy employees, benefits decreasing, innept hr dept.
I feel that the 2 hospitals in Chattanooga should be under the same CEO and save $250,000 if they want to make important cuts.
It is sad such a good hospital has hit bottom.
There is no excuse for the poor treatment of the current employees. The majority of management is female who love the power. I would prefer to work for males any day as they are – more... not as emotional and unstable.
For years the HR told the employees that their pay was not as good as Erlanger's because Memorial was more stable and did not have layoffs. Well they will have to change that story now. I have worked at both facilities and there are no differences.
They need to go back to the reason they opened - to provide healthcare to the community whether they have the ability to pay or not. They also did not have all the middle management (assistant directors, supervisors, coordinators) of whom the majority sits around in offices draining the system of time and money and serving no purpose.
Now hospitals are businesses run by executives that know nothing about healthcare and are there only to make more money. Why should a hospital pay a CEO $400,000 +? and the physicians make less who are at the front lines saving lives.
The values of RICE stands for RICH ILLEGAL CORRUPT ESTABLISHMENT. – less