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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Jackson Health System a better place to work?

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All employees should Respect each other. Regardless what positions you have, you still have to respect each other and work together. Some employees think it's okay to talk down to people because they're in a higher positions then that person or for some employees think they are better than other people. Jackson Memorial Hospital is full of different people from different places that are employees. We should all Respect each other and work together. Jackson Memorial Hospital has many of improvements to do but it starts with Employees respect each other.

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Be a caring person and listen to their employees concerns and opinions to make Jackson a better place. Hire more staff to work the floor. Have a open door policy for the employees. Make changes to improve Jackson Memorial.

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Provide a wider scope of practice for respiratory therapists as other hospitals provide. Other than that, it is an amazing place to work. Amazing benefits and great salary compared to area hospitals. Teamwork is great

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Would create an inbox where workers can displace theirs frustrations n ideas so they can release or vent any upset or behavior.
Would have a 15/20 minutes session to explore new ideas n suggestions to improve the workplace. relations between bosses n employees n among workers as well.

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Adhere to Company Policy and Procedures, Which is Always best, That is why those Rules are is place and constitute that Patients and Employees alike are covered...

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I would try everything to make Jackson workers work in harmony, and more Insurance, increase wages and create Stronger health insurance, were 100% covered each, would allow the Lunch time to be more extensive eg 1 hours and halft. In order to do many things that would benefit our workers more. It would give people the Opportunity to work with the ability to work out their qualicications from their jobs, and they would be producing and obtain experiences at the same time.

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Lead by example. Set expectations from the start. Encourage collaboration across departments and individuals. Find and communicate connections to how everyone at the organization impacts patient care, from finance to environmental services. Encourage compassion, helpfulness, and going that extra mile to achieve overall organizational goals. Ask employees how they have supported the organization mission and values (expect a response and hold people accountable for lack of response). Help staff set and achieve goals.

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Good relationship with the staff but always help them, teach them in a friendly manners, low tone of voices.

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1.understand the imperativeness of cultural awareness among co-workers.
2. be approachable.
3..have active listening skills. understand non verbal body language.
4..being able to pick up cues.
5. be aware .tone of voice when communicating.
6..acknowledge paraprofessionals as well as professionals day.
7..self awareness about own bias.
8. empathy
9.understanding the " whole is greater than the sum of its parts"/ team work.
10. build rapport.
11. build a sense of trust and support.
12, understanding how to give constructive criticism, which builds skills.

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Ensure managers care about their subordinates, even those who
are interim supervisors. Their job is to care enough about you to advise you if you are on the wrong path about an issue and help steer you the right way.

Answered - Former Director (Former Employee) - Main campus

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