I was very excited to come to work for MFB. Everything I heard from people who actually work here was nothing but positive. Orientation actually encouraged me more. This was a company that actually cares about its employees and realizes that happy workers translates to better patient care. The CEO is extremely approachable and his vision for MFB was inspiring. It made me feel good about working here. That has all changed. In the 6 months I have been here, the entire focus of Outpatient Services has changed, and not in a good way. Extremely employee-unfriendly policies are being implemented with no thought given to the ramifications and the "trickle-down" effect of said policies. Outpatient Managers are "resigning" on a nearly constant basis now, and the result is an atmosphere of fear and paranoia among the ranks. Those of us with strong opinions are afraid to express them for fear of being the next on the chopping block. This is not why I came here. One has to wonder whether the CEO is even aware of the chaos and disorientation that is pervasive within the organization now. He has basically handed the reins over to an individual that, while determined and focused on attaining the "best" Rehab facility designation, is moving forward like a bull in a china shop and missing the implications of his decisions. I am not sure how long I can stay given the way things seem to be going.