Management and the Union.
Short staffed. Not enough pay for MAs. Heavy, fast paced workflow. Managers that have no idea what is going on. You are a number; not an appreciated dedicated employee.
Answered - Lead Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) - detroit
High nurse to patient ratios, patient acuity was not a factor in patient assignments, watching patient care suffer at the hands of a corporation that overworked and overwhelmed their staff, it was obvious Borgess didn’t care about my license or their patients.
Answered - RN (Former Employee) - Kalamazoo, MI
They don't care about their employees here...alot of favoritism going on and managers getting away with unfair treatment. No advancement here.
A lot of work, being on call, no work life balance, team leads and managers don't care about employees, serious lack of training, lack of communication, people rather message and email you rather than walking 5 ft to your desk and speak to you in person, company loves to hire externally, and good luck trying to move to another position within the company.
You never get clear answers. They are in debt. They are a select 8 facility
Answered - Staff Nurse (Former Employee) - St. Louis, MO
Answered - Quality Assurance Supervisor (Current Employee) - Indianapolis, IN