IT Intern (Former Employee) – Norwalk, OH – March 30, 2018
I worked at Fisher Titus over the summer as an intern. The staff at Fisher Titus is very pleasant and everyone says hi. Got different exposures to different fields including working on my communication skills. Overall great place to work and I always felt welcome.
Frequent unannounced or optional schedule changes without any care for the providers. 30 min break not provided without force on a 12 hour day. 7 am meetings prior to 12 hour shifts plus drive time. No dental. Lied about yearly raises
Cleaning Professional (Former Employee) – Norwalk, OH – December 16, 2017
Worst place to work employees are not friendly and they treat new employees bad they are two faced management is terrible your just a body and over worked you work your but off for little pay very unfriendly environment
Registered Nurse ED (Former Employee) – Norwalk, OH – December 4, 2017
They look out for themselves. Management and other nurses will throw each other under the bus to advance in their career. Not a fair work place environment. They don't like to acknowledge safety violations or unsafe nursing practice. If you voice your concerns they will fire you.
STNA and Clerical Specialist (Current Employee) – Norwalk, OH – November 21, 2017
Fast paced and stressful at times. The staff and management are friendly and upbeat. Very rewarding job with great benefits. The shifts are long, but with the tradeoff of only working 3 days a week it is manageable. The hospital is like a family.
Former Employee (Former Employee) – Norwalk, OH – September 13, 2017
This hospital has great potential but at times management ignores the needed of the employee so that they can properly maintain a safe environment for patients. The HR department is very judgmental and not understanding of employees poor working conditions, yet they sit in their office without experiencing these same working conditions and tell you to overcome them and don't make mistakes because of them. They should come walk a day in the shoes of the employees and still perform a the job flawlessly.
RN ER staff nurse (Current Employee) – Norwalk, OH – June 13, 2017
Working in the ER with 15 beds with 4 fast track rooms. ER was usually busy until around 4am. All the employees worked well together. Hardest part of being an ER nurse was critical patients or trauma patients. Most enjoyable part of this position was caring for patients.
employee (Former Employee) – worker – October 16, 2015
Prior upper management would ride you especially if they did not like you. After several years with the company they decided they wanted to hire someone else so they faultsly accused me of doing something that I did not do. Was asked to leave or be fired. This upper manager drove out several of there good managers, that no longer work for FTMC. I have nothing good to say about the facility. Employees were great there and everyone worked extremely hard together. They even pushed out the prior President of the company.