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Why does the hospital division have high turnover for managers?

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Health Benefits are kept basic and pay.

Answered - Supervisor (Former Employee) - Pasadena, TX

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At the Kindred Hospital I work at most of the staff have been there for years, very little turnover in the nursing or management staff.

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Any manager that wants to make positive changes becomes frustrated because there's never enough in the budget or enough real support from the executives to make those positive changes; as such, they just go into a "justify your existence" mode of operation where they try to make it look like they're trying to improve things even though they can't actually improve anything. Repeat this soul-crushing process until the manager loses all motivation and desire and then the manager either gets fired/replaced or quits before he loses the will to live. Most managers come on board ready to make things better but lose that momentum within 14-28 days because of this process.

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Poor communication

Answered - COTA/L (Former Employee) - Tucson, AZ

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Lack of respect

Answered - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) - Green Cove Springs, FL

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Higher management needs help with proforming their jobs.

Answered - Dietary Aide (Former Employee) - Greensboro, NC

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