In the environment, too many try to undercut your efforts. Lack of encouragement along with lack of raises. Too much micromanaging, expecting those below you to do the top players job. Too much gossiping. While the meetings are always pushing political correctness, not enough common sense is being utilized. Salaries are very low for those who do the daily jobs that keep the hospital going. They have overstaffed management positions and pay them too much of the revenue made by the hospital. Most management positions could be left vacant and no one would notice, except that the atmosphere would be more peaceful. They would be able to give raises to the lower tier if they cut-out half their management who don't do much except dribble PC language around, which is nothing but empty words and slogans that have nothing to do with the actual care of patients. The computer system at the hospital has multiple problems. Whoever installed that, needs to be replaced with someone competent enough and who knows of a better system that works smoothly and faster. In the 13 years I worked there my salary went up $3.47/hr or 26 cents a year. The only benefit worth noting is earned time all the rest amount to nothing. Loyalty from employees is not reciprocated from the employer. But that seems to be the sign of our times. The CEOs, executives, and management salaries go up plus they get outrageous bonuses. That seems to be the bottom line for management and everyone else to them is expendable. "There are too many chefs in the kitchen."
It is a little hospital
Pc, too much money wasted on management salaries, little in raises for the workers, rare to advance, benefits are mostly none existence, Health care is a benefit in almost any job. Te best thing they have going is their earn time.