Questions and Answers about Munson Healthcare

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If you were to leave Munson Healthcare, what would be the reason?

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Munson Healthcare doesn't care at all for their employees at all. Administration is a mess with no sense of organization at all and HR does nothing to resolve problems or conflicts. No one cares when good employees leave because the entire company has the mindset that anyone is replaceable.

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You feel you have been mistreated, and that you would like to work for some one that does not see you as a meal ticket!!!!!!

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No advancement after they promised me a promotion. Gave the promotion that was mine to new hires. I still make almost the base pay for my position after being there for 10 years. So need a job that pays better and promotions.

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Need a change

Answered - Utiliztion Review SPecialist (Current Employee) - Traverse City, MI

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Nursing directors and new CNO are very concerning and reason for recent union victory. Nursing fears retailiation when they speak up and have endured negative action as a result. Not considered a caring environment . Repeated comments from staff are that "Munson is not the same anymore, very dictatorial " .

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I left Munson because of the stress I was constantly being placed under, I was constantly being accused of any errors made in the pharmacy.

Answered - Staff Pharmacist (Former Employee) - Suttone Bay

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Poor supervision in hospice. Supervisor likes to buddy up and is blinded to the poor care provided by some nurses. The supervisor has a terrible attitude, is grouchy, and when families try to complain about the lack of care, it's not taken seriously. Some nurses really do care about quality, definitely not the supervisor.

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Managers don't care about the quality of care. Allowing a nurse to continue to slide by for years with poor care and lack of care shows what Munson really cares about. Nurses aren't allowed to bring it to attention to supervisors because of the buddy system between supervisor and the one who doesn't provide quality care and is actually very unsafe in her practices. This response is related to Munson Hospice.

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