UM (Former Employee) – Poughkeepsie, NY – July 26, 2018
Health quest is lacking in its support of employees. It turns a blind eye to injustice and bullying and coroption. Human Resources betrays confidences and supports the perpetrators vs the victims of abuse and harassment.
ER RN (Current Employee) – Poughkeepsie, NY – July 18, 2018
Very busy hospital, pay is good, good benefits, workload can be overwhelming at times, lots of overtime available if wanted, not much down time, breaks are often not given, mangagement does not communicate well with staff.
Central Supply Technition (Former Employee) – Poughkeepsie, NY – June 19, 2018
When I was there the work environment was stressful, some team members I did not get along with because their work ethic was slow paced and mine was fast paced. I felt that the Central Sterile Supply is a very integral part of the hospital and surgical unit. If one fails we all fail. The pay was decent for that time, which was about 6-7 years ago. Things have changed in the department since I have gone, Managers have left and some staff have been promoted, some retired, some have even passed. But I have been applying for the Central position for two years and still I have not heard back.
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The your application does not get answered at all.
Radiology Imaging Engineer (Current Employee) – Poughkeepsie, NY – June 16, 2018
Great culture and progressive thinking management offers a person the ability to perform job duties and create solutions that fit the dynamics of the job ,. Radiology staff and doctors are receptive to technical service delivered by our Imaging staff. The job has its typical difficulties dealing with various modalities and prioritizing system down situations . The newer system require more IT Dept interaction with Networking, but that process is being improved daily
HR (Current Employee) – Lagrangeville, NY – May 21, 2018
The HR department is one of the worst in the organization. The CHRO is out of touch with the department and the organization and the majority of his leadership team either spend their time trying to look good or berate those that report to them.
The CEO needs to do a deep dive in this department. You can not have a successful organization with such poor HR leadership.
The REACH values are spoken about but not led by the management team.
Hospital Presidents are generally good and caring.
Gift Shop Supervisor (Former Employee) – Poughkeepsie, NY – May 8, 2018
Upper management is out of touch with what is really happening in the departments. Certain first level managers are borderline abusive in their style. I get the feeling its ok as long as upper management doesn't have to deal with it. They lie to go around having events and presenting a pretty picture.
Senior Human Resources Business Partner (Former Employee) – Lagrangeville, NY – April 25, 2018
The organization changed dramatically after the new CEO and executives came on board. Everyone was excited due to the anticipated positive changes that were supposed to happen, but never did. Worked 12-14 hour days and still couldn't keep up. I was happy to leave.
When I first started at HealthQuest, it was a family environment, and tbe administration was stellar, However, the current COO came a few years ago in a position that was created for him, and engaged in cutthroat measures to work his way to the top. He is a bully that randomly picks employees to pick on, and if they don’t bow to his whims, he cuts them out. I would. NEVER recommend this place to anyone.
Poor management, no value for employees, no job security.