Get rid of OBR system I have years of experience with different systems and I can honestly say this is the worst system I've ever encountered
Review structure for management resources.
Answered - Analyst/Developer (Former Employee) - Sunrise, FL
Treat people with heart and objectively... This company needs a complete overhaul in technical updates
When I left the management team where taking the steps I would have to clean up the departments.
Answered - Team Lead (Former Employee) - Sunrise, FL
Mednax could offer surveys to their employees and accept feedback and constructive criticism. Instead of implementing policies prior to the employees being aware, Mednax could inform their employees and take into consideration of how it will effect them. The employees are huge building blocks for the company, and at times, Mednax tends to forget that.
Don't treat your employees like dirt. When an employee is struggling or needs help, don't be so quick to get rid of them. Treat them like they matter and ask if there is help available to help them succeed.
Answered - Nurse Practitioner (Former Employee) - United States
Take the time to hear what the employees have to say and not just say I'm going to do something but actually do it. Make the necessary change to make employees want to stay and not leave. I would put together a team to promote an atmosphere of "I LIKE COMING TO WORK EVERY DAY". This would take some time, but eventually with the team I have assembled that day would finally arrive.
Answered - MEDNAX-Anesthesia Regional Trainer (Current Employee) - Sunrise, FL
Offer employees livable wages, recognize birthdays, employee milestones, death in family, quarterly employee appreciation gestures. team building activities. not just a paycheck.
Answered - assistant (Current Employee) - fort lauderdale
Focus on job security
Answered - Anesthesia surgical coder (Former Employee) - Chattanooga, TN