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Do what they promote!! ICare!! Doesn’t feel that way!

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HR needs to take exit interviews seriously regarding leadership/management. Investigate why such high turnover in the pre-services department already! Several people have gone to you, do something!!!

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They should all leave. We have had good people quit, because of poor management. I don't know how these type of people, make it to the top, and then make everyone else miserable!

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Current management. and those in high positions, ALL need to be fired, and those who actually work and are in the know, need to be promoted.

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Investigate the reason for the high turnover rate in case management.

Answered - RN Case Manager (Current Employee) - Shea

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Provide retain menu options to keep qualified candidates within the system.

Answered - Interventional Radiology Nurse (Former Employee) - Scottsdale, AZ

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Did not leave for any certain reason, left due to illness

Answered - Medical Assistant (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ

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Food and beverage managers need training or a degree in management! All of them used to be dishwashers or cooks and now they have a little authority and feel they can treat people like garbage! Phill and Mary pat are the worst!!

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My reason was personel

Answered - Phlebotomist/Lab Assistant (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ

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