Get rid of all the middle management as they know so little about who they are manage. They are treated unfairly and never given benefit of doubt.
Fire all the recruiters and hire those that have knowledge of the positions they are recruiting for...
Listen to the employees, and I don’t mean the managers. We are the ones that make a difference.
You are missing out on many qualified candidates, especially in the nursing areas, because you require a BSN. Having more than 25 years of experience in healthcare, including CM, UM, ER Nursing, Hospice and Operations management. My Experience more than equals a BSN, and more likely an MSN. It is very sad to think that you are bypassing many of us who would bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table.
None I have no advise for the ceo
We are getting bigger however don't stop caring about the employees.
Offer a more competitive hourly wage and better education benefits.
The volunteers are evil. Find out why and how you can help them be honest.
We needed more compensation for the type of work we provided and all the lunch times we missed
Focus more on operations
not focused on bottom line only- Quality & quanity balance
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