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Ensure that the policies are followed by everyone: employees, patients, visitors.

Answered - Currently employed (Current Employee) - Las Vegas, NV

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Continue improving trainings for staff and show your support as always.

Answered - Milieu Manager (Current Employee) - College Station, TX

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Get all new management and start over completely.

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I was there from the beginning and there were too many changes. Structure in the patients lives was dictated by management on a daily basis. However, structure in the patients lives cannot be obtained until there is structure in the lives of the associates. Please stop making changes to job descriptions and policies, this would really help the patients!

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Fire admin - get people who care and are not out for themselves.

Answered - Therapist (Former Employee) - Johnstown, CO

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Safety is paramount and be more aware of staff who come to sleep. They know where the “blind spots” of the cameras are. Trust me. Pay attention!

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Hire a new HR director. She is not personable and from what I see plays favorites. She does her "talk" but doesn't walk the walk, just not friendly makes you feel she looks down her nose at you.

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Green Bay, WI RN. Get your behind on that floor and behind that nurses station and take the DON nd HR nd between all 3 of you cover those units yourself. Work!!

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Find staffing solutions, get rid of scheduled overtime, and most of all remember to praise good things not just talk about the bad things with staff.

Answered - Nurse (Former Employee) - Green Bay, WI

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Build a strong foundation by educating your employees, especially you program coordinator, managers, because if the head is sick so is the body and you all fall. Care about your employees and teach your supervisors about how to speak to their staff. Hired those who are interested in growing with the company, set up days for training before giving those who applied for the position within the company before giving them the position. Based you company on your mission statement. I could say more but it starts with the head and what is the company want to produce a successful outcome with the mental health of children or ....... I believe this hospital could be successful based on its mission statement if the company is true to it.

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