Nurse (Former Employee) – Brighton, MA – July 17, 2019
I have never been so bullied as a nurse in my 30 years of nursing as I was at my time at this facility. There is bullying culture among nurses and it is totally condoned. Many medical errors were made on the cardiac unit I worked on but if you were a "favorite" your mistake was covered up and/or overlooked. Also as a so called "Catholic" facility, hypocrisy runs rampant. I once heard a so called "Catholic" nurse remark to another nurse of a patient that had been a challenge with their call light comment that "They're on Mass Health. They're lucky to be here. They can wait." The supervisors are useless. They walk around with clipboards and do nothing to help with a patient issue. 3-11 shift and nights were the worst and also the time when you really needed a supervisor. Don't work here, especially if you're a new nurse. You will not be supported by staff that you work with.
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refuse to answer (Current Employee) – Brighton, MA – August 8, 2019
My previous manager was fine, but the new one appeared to be a bully because he wants people to be a his feet for some people like me it does not work. If he spots you to have a strong character he will go against at any price. Since he took office I was one the those that did not go to greet him, since them he has held it against me So lately he is being trying to get me fired so he made up some stories that I never heard or did. Recently he called me to the HR and union for a recliner issue that I never knew happened because I worked at night when I come everybody is in bed, I barely touch a recliner or wheelchair since I started working for the unit then he mentioned that I wear mask in the unit as far as I know mask should be allowed patient with airborne precaution. When I stood up for myself He cowardly waited for me to leave the to tell the HR and union rep that he saw me with the mask.