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What is the work environment and culture like at NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals?

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The work place is a good place to work if you are a hard worker and u go to work to actually work and not to sit around and play on your phone and talk

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The facilities within the system are amazing and patients travel from across the US, from pro athletes to many employees family members. However, the bar is set high to care for these very challenging patients that no one else wants/accepts. If you are not strong in your position, you will not last long. Also, most likely, supplies are right under employee’s noses but they fail to mention that they must actually go into a supply closet to find these supplies or bend down to grab a supply which is more work than what they “signed up for”. Staff are wanted that are dedicated, loyal and most importantly care for this very fragile population. If you are lazy, careless or refuse to attend mandatory education then you will likely not be a member of the NPH team for long. NPH wants staff that care, not people who walk off the job because they find it to be too hard and they know they can walk down the street and get a job at a nursing home or another hospital in 5 minutes. Those people are the ones who will be writing the negative comments as they are likely ashamed of themselves for the way they have treated their fellow co-workers, administration, the hospital system and most importantly the patients.
In regards to the negative comments posted, the hospital system must apologize that our expectations were too difficult for you to live up to.

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Not good. Stressful. Very exhausting

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Dog eat dog

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Stressful. Everyone was on edge.

Answered - Activity Director (Former Employee) - Mishawaka, IN

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