Director of Senior Circle and Volunteer Services (Former Employee) – Dyersburg, TN – April 22, 2018
I thoroughly enjoyed working with the volunteers and seniors at Dyersburg Regional. Management was supportive of our department. Compensation was good for West Tennessee. Some travel required but good work/life balance.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Dyersburg, TN – March 8, 2018
I am a person who likes to stay busy. And always willing to learn more. I love to help others and always get my work done before i leave. The hardest part of my job was getting attached to the patients. I have really enjoyed working in the health field. I have learned alot since i have been here. Patients are always right no matter what. At the clinic were i am working we are all like family we work together.
The pay is decent. 12 hour shift aren't great and you aren't compensated as much as you would think being PRN. Directors aren't always as understanding of children getting sick and needing a parent home.
DIRECTOR / EXECUTIVE CHEF/MORRISONS (Former Employee) – Dyersburg, TN – January 11, 2016
I was a production sous chef, I held both am and pm positions and thoroughly enjoyed my job. The management team was exceptional and spent a lot of time making sure work force was properly trained. All the staff was great to work with and had not down sides to the job. What I enjoyed most was the freedom to express ones creativity at work.
Free Dinning experience one a year and access to world wide clubs
VOLUNTEER (Former Employee) – Dyersburg, TN – June 5, 2015
I volunteered there a couple hours a week, the staff were nice as well as the area. Would definitely encourage anyone to volunteer. I'm sure actual employment is great there too since the staff were so nice and friendly. Someone that didn't like their job wouldn't the same way I wouldn't think.
scheduling, answering phones, collecting money Medical records documents/Privacy Dealing with mostly elderly patients with Diabetes Work day starts from 8am- until the last patient leave (not very consistent) Love my coworkers the nurses and medical assistance we all get along Ive learned more about diabetic medicine
Management does not care about employees or their working conditions. A lot of times it's feast or famine...too many patients per employee (making an unsafe working environment) or being put on call because there are not enough patients. Working conditions can cause burnout very quickly.
Staffing, Lack of appropriate equipment to carry out daily duties, Management does not care about employees
Employee (Former Employee) – Dyersburg, TN – May 31, 2013
Whatever your starting salary, get used to it. No raises other than about 1% every 14 months. They force you to take about 2 months off without pay per year total. They have a VERY high employee turn-over rate. When they do evaluations, the HR Director tells all directors to NEVER give a top score on anything. The directors are too afraid of retaliation to stick up for the good employees. If you are a whistleblower, you're immediately identified by anyone 'in the know' to the guilty party. I've seen far too many employees victim to these things. They consistently practice unethical standards and policies.