General lack of strategic priorities and no chance for promotion
Consultant (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – March 27, 2017
TriHealth is one of Cincinnati's largest job providers, but toxic culture, aging workplace environments, frustrated leadership and a general lack of communicated priorities create high turnover throughout the company, particularly within certain administrative departments.
There is little to no upward mobility within TriHealth (you may earn a "Senior" in front of your title after a number of years, but the pay and respect you garner will change little), so managers often seem bitter, frustrated and just as confused as the average employee.
Recent senior leadership changes aim to improve the culture of the company, but thus far have only produced distrust and malaise due to layoffs throughout the organization.
Steady workload, remote work options, decent salary and benefits
No sense of priorities, no upward mobility, frustrated management