Negative, toxic work environment with poor nursing care
Medical (Current Employee), Dallas, tX – May 30, 2014
Pros: free lunch, make good money around holiday from over time.
Cons: weight gain because of free lunch, hostile work environment from people in administration roles and upper management, favoritism to certain persons, alienate certain employees and departments, turn over rate is sky high due to the poor leaders and management, constantly training new staff and all they care about is hiring bodies not good nurses
Would not work here unless I had to. Balance for life is good, benefits are good but compared to the "perks" of hospitals this company seriously lacks and you have to go online for the discounts that are expired, don't work, or the same as coupons from the news paper. Culture is bad, try to promote as a family environment, you will be treated as a red-headed – more... step child unless you deal with money and if you deal with money make sure that the company comes out on top and looks good, that is what it is all about there. – less
Executive Chef / Dietary Manager (Current Employee), Dallas, TX – April 16, 2014
A five day work week. Learned how not to treat your emplyees by observing upper mangement. Hardest part of the job is working for a micromanaging supervisor. The only thing you have to look forward to is Friday.