Least professional organization that I have worked for
Medical Professional (Current Employee) – Nashoba Valley Hospital – November 30, 2014
This is a struggling hospital with several long time employees who have not kept up with advances in medical/pharmaceutical therapy who really affect the performance of this hospital. There are many caring and hardworking doctors, nurses, support personnel and technicians, most relatively new hires. Unfortunately there are some bad apples, most in supportive care roles, that have no business working at a hospital..... without exception these are long term employees who feel they are untouchable. Unfortunately, the bad apples decrease morale and make everyone else's day harder and negatively impact patient care. The hospital is struggling financially and relies on part-time people to cut costs. Continuity of care suffers greatly. . Since the employees who have been there a long time have full time schedules they can dictate what happens as there are too many part-time employees who can't really can't keep track of the "bad apples."
I would suggest everyone's job description and duties be reevaluated. Many long time employees need more work or their schedules cut as they don't have enough to do and spend their time foisting off their work on someone else, while everyone else works and works and works.
Salary is way below market. Unless, of course, if you are a long time employee.
Small hospital you get to know the staff, good lunch in cafeteria
Too many part-time people wearing too many hats. Long-time employees putting in their time.