Rather not say (Former Employee), Rather not say – August 16, 2014
Pros: good benefits....until your fired.
Cons: management, stress, overwork, too many bosses
The benefits there are decent, but you never know from day to day when your number will come up and you will be let go. Management doesn't have a clue about their employees because too are overworked. Administration leans of management to cut costs and management pushes employees to the point they are about to explode. I personally witnessed at least – more... two people succumb to nervous breakdowns while I was working there.
There are far too many bosses. This is because they are all related in some way.
The hospital has become this way over the last two years. I was employed there for over 20 years and saw this place go from a caring family hospital to a place where everyone is stressed and fearing for their job at all times. If you simply want a job, I suppose this would suffice only because of the benefits. Don't think of it as a place for a career though. Enter at your own risk as a employee.
In closing.....at Southeast, the difference is the way your DELETED. – less
Poor management, unstable upper management, too many chiefs
RN (Former Employee), Cancer Center – February 4, 2014
Cons: horrible pay, no breaks, after-hour expectations with no pay, terrible management
Hardest part of job...learning how to pacify management. Typical day at work involves staying on phone for hours returning pt calls, verifying insurance, while trying to find time to call in scripts, review charts, and attend needless mandatory meetings. Co-workers afraid to speak up from fear of losing job. Very unstable atmosphere. Most enjoyable – more... part of job: patients. – less
Cons: no breaks, short lunch times on a daily basis
Radiology management plays favorites; not tolerant to different personalities. It takes an act of congress to play by their rules and standards. Common mistakes are not tolerated. Radiology management does not genuinely care about their workers. Interventional technologists work long and difficult days, on-call is very difficult! Jobs are not secure; – more... people are fired on the spot and told to contact HR for the reason why. Unemployment is always denied. Yearly raises are typically 2%, unless you are one of the favorites. Management is rude to the employees. Upper management doesn't seem to know or care about the workers. Cafeteria food is terrible, especially on night shift. Prices in cafeteria are outrageous! Moral of the hospital as a whole is very poor. Most of the employees are on depression medications, and are still unhappy and afraid for their job. – less