Questions and Answers about Banner Health

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If you were to leave Banner Health, what would be the reason?

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Better pay. Better hours. More breaks. It’s ridiculous to work 12+ hours with only a 30 min break

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Because of mirah /manager in food service

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Better pay. Banner Health researches the market for pay rates and pays well above average.

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They work the heck out of you and management do not train there employees all the workers talk about each other also upper do not do anything but sit on there tails all day I hate that they forced me into a position from the one I originally applied then when I get the job I did not want they had me doing the original job I applied for and I liked it smh not a great place to work

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Micromanagement. unrealistic goals and expectation. fake management. favoritism and unfair promotions. bad management

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Horrible work culture.
Supervisors are "yes" people to upper management resulting in line employees having no voice or representation.
Banner is cheap on providing adequate workspace, tools and equipment to do the job.
Paperwork is excessive only to protect Barber's legal backside.
There is no organized training program for new hires.
I am professionally disappointed in this 'company!'

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Overworked. Ridiculous expectations. Very little training. You are expected to be self-sufficient and figure things out on your own.

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I absolutely LOVED my job as a nurse at UAMC. When Banner management came along the entire teamwork philosophy went out the window! Turned into a back stabbing, fear for your job over any tiny thing environment. Patient care wasn't top priority anymore and neither was the staff--its all about money now! If you report something to management YOU become the next target and nothing is done about original issue reported, insane. Needed 2 months to recuperate after I quit.

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Management does not support their employees.

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Clinic office, not stable work environment. Too many people forced to leave, or will be terminated. Management needs to be changed. Does not support staff and will cause unhappy Patient care. Stressful work environment never know when you will do wrong thing and be terminated

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