Management is to blame for this failing healthcare organization
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Bronx, NY – January 4, 2019
There is no typical day of work at CenterLight. Due to frequent leadership changes and organizational restructuring (layoffs), employees never know what to expect.
When I was hired, I was assigned to a specific department, as most new hires are. Within a year, I was working on multi-departmental projects and unofficially reporting various higher ups across the system. While I am flattered that management calls upon me for help, at this point, I am stretched way too thin and receive little to no acknowledgment for my efforts. Advancement does not exist for me at this organization; my reward is to inherit more work and continue to get shuffled between departments like a play thing.
At the start of my tenure at CenterLight, my supervisor taught me so much, appreciated me and encouraged me to leave work on time. He did his best to provide a great work life balance for me. He was a terrific mentor and confidant. Unfortunately, there was a major organizational change a couple years into the job. Once he began reporting to incompetent jerks, he had to mirror their leadership style, or I suppose he would have been next on the chopping block. As a result, there was a shift in our dynamic. He and his superiors micromanage me like crazy (as if I am always doing something wrong). The leadership team has transformed CenterLight into a toxic work environment.
Benefits, professional development, tuition reimbursement