Pros: fair pay, fair amount of hours available
Cons: too many chiefs, who have achieved their maximum level of incompetence and are ineffectual in their leadership.
Very good job security, for a small hospital. Fairly consistent work load, but some feast/famine work schedules. Little room for advancement, however. Organization shows good support for continuing education, but relies upon the employee to be determined and follow through on requests. Management often drops the ball on the end process. Typical mundane employee surveys with many ambiguous questions. Final report often does not reflect the moral oropinions of the employees, so is biased to look Rosy when it is not. CEO professes Open Door Policy, but the door, on 2nd floor, has the steep first step down. Way too many management positions, with hopeless confusion of the people advanced beyond their skill/pay levels (Peter Principle). Working employees make an efficienct team and keep the place running, dispite upper management interference and ineptitude. Generally, it is a typical work place, fair pay, fair benefits.