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What advice would you give the CEO of CHI Franciscan Health about how to improve it?

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Your surgical and instrument processing department are majority agency and you have minimal permanent staffing. You might want to look at your leadership and employees that are creating a hostile work environment by degrading, insulting, humiliating, bulling and utilizing intimidation tactics with in these area, this is why your organization is consistently losing quality personnel- agency and permanent. You have equipment that breaks down on a regular basis, the astronomical amount of spent on agency could be spent on getting new equipment and training on ethics within the work place.
Your system is broken, consider fixing it.

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Find a different company to run the cafe. Thomas cuisine management is awful. So much favoritism and discrimination. The management have their favorite who get away with everything and then their are people who are being targeted

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Get better management and strong leadership who doesn't discriminate against people of color. Actually investigate reports from staff when they get harassed by other employees. Hire management that's not bias

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Get a new ceo. He is only concerned about making CHI happy. Not at all for our community.

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Get better management get strong leadership people with structure

Answered - Ma (Former Employee) - Bremerton, WA

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No advice to give

Answered - Administrative Assistant II - Care Management (Current Employee) - Tacoma, WA

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I feel that The interview questions should be asked by the managers, if they would like other employees involved maybe they should have a lead sit in on the interview or something. I feel a peer interview should really be more of a getting to know each other kind of meeting, to ask about work styles and how things are run, for current employees to evaluate how they feel applicants may fit in and be able to work well with the team, etc.

Answered - Phlebotomist/Lab assistant (Former Employee) - Lakewood, WA

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