– May 20, 2013
lousy place to work, nasty malicious people no training
ERmj1 – May 15, 2013
I completely concur with what you have mentioned. currently, In my department, we have employed an on call employee that has been strung along working a position equivalent to full time. she works at times, OVER 50 hours a week, five + days a week and this has been going on for over and almost two years. STILL she continues to be considered an on call employee with NO benefits. "WE" are currently having to haggle on her behalf to have her instated as a full time employee with back benefits due her, but as always, we are being stone walled and given excuses. BUT, we will NOT give up the good fight. providence "appears" in presence to be a great place to work, but once entrenched into the system, and being employed with them, one can really see the back biting, back stabbing, manipulation, favourtism and questionable tactics those twisted sister inheritors employ towards their current and past employees.
River – January 4, 2013
Everything that you said was very true and I too had simalar experiences. I too noticed the problems with slander, cronyism, and deceit. It not only happend to myself but it happened to a few of my coworkers alike. My experiance was a tough road and I am so displeased with how the last few years has ended for me. I am finding more and more about how this has happened to others. People who had started believing that they were supporting something that was real and important to their lives. Believing in the patient service and commitment we were told existed here at Providence. Only to be bullied, manipulated and treated as if we were inferior to others who worked harder on pleasing management, than working with and whom we should all be commited to, our patients. I hope that this is realized soon. That a change happens for the best. That the focus there will switch to what is always should be about, the people who need our services. I can only hope and pray that this happens soon.