OhioGuidestone
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If you were in charge, what would you do to make OhioGuidestone a better place to work?

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  • Higher pay and lowered productivity expectation.

  • I would make sure all of staff has the appropriate resources to better do their jobs. I would make sure the staff is comfortable and safe in their work environment. I would allow open door policy.

  • Offer support, on site “qualified” management, equipment and IT that actually worked and offered support to the direct care staff. Focus on patients and not only income. Would immediately stop the truth stretch for billing purposes. Would instill an atmosphere of caring, giving and support. Improve communication so expectations will be clear

  • Put more qualified people in charge and allow sufficient time for providers to adequately assess and treat the clients

  • The management is hostile. The 30 plus years upper management has been with the residential program and it has managed to only waste tax payers money. The revolving door never stops spinning because the culture is hostile, inconsistent and dangerous. . Staff and co workers are free to do and say whatever they want, the HR department will only side with the management and you will be targeted if you speak up—get ready to be brave everyday. The campus is dangerous and the kids aren’t getting the treatment they need. Staff will sleep, text, or leave their shifts to go do whatever they want and tax payers just have to “deal” with it because nobody seems to understand that this is a government program designed to only help kids that were handed a bad hand in life.., not employees home life problems and high school gossip.
    This is the most toxic work environment ever, and especially shameful being in the mental health field. management is hostile. The 30 plus years upper management has been with the residential program and it has managed to only waste tax payers money. The revolving door never stops spinning because the culture is hostile, inconsistent and dangerous. . Staff and co workers are free to do and say whatever they want, the HR department will only side with the management you will be targeted if you speak up—get ready to be brave everyday. The campus is dangerous and the kids aren’t getting the treatment they need. Staff will sleep, text, or leave their shifts to go do whatever they want and tax payers just have to “deal” with it because nobody seems to understand that this is a government program designed to only help kids that were handed a bad hand in life.., not employees home life problems and high school gossip.

    This is the most toxic work environment ever, and especially shameful being in the mental health field.

  • I would do the following if I was in charge of OhioGuidestone
    1. Make sure the place is hygienically clean

    2. Have a set time for certain activities.

    3. Set up a schedule when certain activities and treatment is provided

    4. Have the staff to record the time that medical treatment is provided and documented it the type of medical treatment provided for each child in his/her own medical chart. All healthcare practicer should document any or all treatment they provided in the child's medical chart.

  • Give all the employees a pay increase and offer more incentives to keep people there.

  • Listen to employees

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