More thorough daily cleaning throughout hospital and clear the clutter, especially at nursing stations.
Don't have supervisors who get triggered by a valid question or valid point. Realize that the very best employee isn't always going to be a good supervisor.
Listen more to what your staff is saying. A hospital can't be successfully managed from an executive office.
Answered - Nurse (Current Employee) - Columbia, SC
Adjust senior leadership
Answered - RN (Former Employee) - Columbia, SC
Focus more on employees
Answered - PSA (Current Employee) - Columbia, SC
At least have monthly meetings with all department instead of employees feeling like no cares to even listen.
Answered - Housekeeper (Current Employee) - Columbia, SC
More decisions of bedside nurses vs. administrative decisions coming down to the bedside. Luckily, the bedside voice at the bedside-culture is changing for the better. Raises yearly should be high priority especially for high performers.
Answered - Registered Nurse (Current Employee) - Columbia, SC
Hire professional security guards
Answered - Registered Nurse (Current Employee) - Charleston, SC
Everyone on same page and mental health techs spend the most time with the patients so mental health techs should have more say so
Answered - Mental Health Technician (Former Employee) - Summerville, SC
Be honest, caring, and understanding. Don't be judgmental and don't be pretentious.