Worked at this hospital for 18 years, finally woke up and gave my 2 week notice to this terrible place and happily, never looked back. Over the past several years, staff have lost a lot of compensation gains they had earned over the past 10 - 15 years. Worse however than these net losses such as grossly diminished earned time hours and tuition reimbursement dollars, meager education offerings,and common short- staffing horrors - most of the managers and leadership teams are incredibly arrogant and nasty to each other as well as to their underlings. Bulling thrives throughout the facility so you must always watch your back - a common saying there: "stay under the wire" staff are frequently reminding each other of this sad fact.
I can't tell you how many good people have been fired, or "laid off" from this place (hundreds over the past few years) or why many have been victimized here but, perhaps it is because the less than stellar manager(s) appear to be intimidated by someone more intelligent than they? I don't really know, but the Elliot has chosen this horrific management style for whatever reason. If you get caught mentioning those poor unfortunate (fired) people it or asking what happened to them you are told to keep your mouth shut or you will be next.
There is a new CEO but I have heard that the place continues to go down hill with awful moral .