Not a good place to work. Their motto is do more with less and they put patients at risk. They will move you from one specialty dept to another without proper training and you have no say in the matter. They don’t care about the employees or the patients IMO.😡
Co-workers were great to work with but the team moral is low and a lot of burn out due staffing issues. Frequent management changes, no help from management and focus on the budget, not what is best for patient care and employees.
Culture and environment at Ohiohealth Primary care was fast paced, a lot of knowledge and retrieving information on a daily basis.
Answered - Medical Assistant (Former Employee) - Ashland, OH
The administration and leadership has the mantra down, but they don't live it. I enjoyed my colleagues, but frequent changes kept everyone on edge and interfered with teamwork and morale.
Upper management has their favorites, seems like the less productive co workers benefits most, while the ones who does work and earn their pay check is penalized and assignments are more time consuming because the less productive co workers get away with not doing their part on assignments when regular assigned staff is on their days off or on vacation... When you get disgusted with working conditions and try to transfer it is out of the question. When YOU go to Coordinator or Team Leads your viewed as a trouble maker. DO NOT APPROACH A CO WORKER ABOUT PROBLEMS WITH AN ASSIGNMENT AND/ OR , GIVE CONSTRUCTIVE CRITCISM WHEN THEY ARE NOT PULLING THEIR OWN WEIGHT , BIG NO- NO COORDINATOR AND TEAM LEADS FROWN UPON IT , THEY DO NOT APPROACH LESS PRODUCTIVE EMPLOYEES THEM THEMSELVES, THEY FEAR THAT THE LESS PRODUCTIVE CO WORKERS WILL BE INSULTED .... RIVERSIDE IS VERY DIVERSE AMOSTSPHERE ...IN ENTRY LEVEL POSITIONS, HOUSEKEEPING, KITCHEN, SUPPLY, NO PROMOTIONS OR TRANSFERS...
Looking for housekeeping job or janitors jobs night or day work
To much upper management turn over, (hospice) making changes to rules to apply to what they want, right or wrong
Beware...especially in the East office and mostly started by the so-called "team leaders."
Everyone gets along for the most part,like family
Answered - Nutrition Service Worker (Former Employee) - Ohio Grant Hospital
Answered - Employment Specialist (Current Employee) - Columbus, OH