Poor and Toxic Micro-Mangement
Certified Surgical Technologist (Former Employee) – Surgery Department – January 3, 2019
Management resorts to threats, manipulation, and false accusations. Cites inclusive leadership model, however ideal of inclusion is I say, you do, no other options, even though management lacks the experience to manage certain environments. Doesn't attempt to understand situations caused by severe understaffing, instead prefers to lay blame and save face. Expectation is you go above and beyond to bust it for your patients and the facility always no exceptions. However, when it comes down to the time for them to have your back the same way, it falls to a he said, she said situation and even though it may have been as small as just a simple misunderstanding, they still falsely accuse you of dishonesty, when your only concern was helping the physician as was asked/implied, and safely caring for the patient. Even though they state it's never okay to yell at a coworker in front of an awake patient, that happens and despite the supporting evidence to back that up (if your co-workers weren't afraid of losing their jobs, and who can blame them for speaking up and risking losing their job for the truth, it's the right thing to do, but it certainly doesn't pay the bills and won't allow you to keep your home or feed your kids) they still say it's a he said, she said situation. Unfortunately misunderstandings happen and while I will always be grateful for the opportunity my job at TCH afforded me, I wouldn't return to work in such a toxic and unnecessarily stressful work environment unless it's what would be best for my family unit.
In house Employee Discounts, Starbucks, Some Great Co-workers
Toxic Management, Micro-Managing, Department Head Favoritism, Cliqué Mindset, Backwards and Narrow-Minded ways of thinking