Questions and Answers about Partners HealthCare(PHS)

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What is the work environment and culture like at Partners HealthCare(PHS)?

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Hostile; managers let bad behaviors escalate or ignore the obvious.

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Directors, Corporate, and quadrant managers have blinders. Preach lots of collaboration and cohesive empowerment but shove problems aside. High turnover in one department is for a reason and moving within PHS is difficult. Do not expect support from HR; everyone for themselves.

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Toxic and very unorganized.

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It used to be senior friendly. No more. A lot of favortism. Not a good place to work. Extremely low pay. Nobody speaks to each other? Not an employee friendly environment at ALL.No morale, a lot dislike their job, no support from above--gonna get worse. Poor managers.

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Not good at all. Huge turnover rate.

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Not a good place to work. Extremely low pay. Nobody speaks to each other? Not an employee friendly environment at ALL.

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Overall its a diverse environment and culture, I think its a wonderful company to work for.

Answered - Telecommunication /Operator Services (Current Employee) - Charlestown, MA

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I think it is excellent. I enjoyed working there. The culture was very good and I enjoyed the staff I worked with and I have nothing else to add so accept what information I have provided and be done with it, please!

Answered - Senior Patient Safety Advisor (Current Employee) - Boston, MA

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No morale, a lot dislike their job, no support from above--gonna get worse

Answered - Registered Nurse (Current Employee) - Salem, MA

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People-first. Your manager and leadership treat you like a person.

Answered - Recruiter (Current Employee) - Boston, MA

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