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If you were to leave Corizon Health, what would be the reason?

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Management. Poor leadership. People rarely quit jobs, they quit managers.

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Worst Management I've EVER had.

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Fired for CALLING 800#

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Favoritism, no probability to promote, never enough working equipment, poor leadership

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I left they'll hang you out to dry.
They don't care about your license or patient care. They'll just change their name again.

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Low pay. Especially for what we do.

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Management HSA and DON need medication .

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Very poor leadership. HSA's & DON's hide in their office or don't come in at all, but talk bad about nurses and HCP's who have called to say they'd be late. HSA & DON have no idea what the nurses do and couldn't fill in if they had to because they for one, don't know the tasks, and two, they delegate, discipline, and provide feedback regarding job performance based on heresay from other employees. It's an administrative nightmare. Email is not a good primary form of communication.

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Poor leadership, hostile work environment.

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Left due to liability.

Answered - Lead Mental Health/Behavioral Specialist (Former Employee) - Lake Butler, FL

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