I used to love UnityPoint, but after attempting to deal with HR, I realized it is very UNETHICAL in its practices. Underpay has always been a concern, overwork and unrealistic productivity goals. Hostile workplace for people of color.
Long hours during the sick season... discouraged overtime but since clinic was short staffed no way around working an extra 1-2hrs linger than scheduled
What advice would you give the CEO of UnityPoint Health about how to improve it?
I would suggest earnestly looking at how managers are "practicing FOCUS values". It has been used as a punishment based system. One error equals maximum punishment for some, but not the favored ones. Look at sudden drastic turnover rates in leadership personnel and drastic losses of long term employees and realize that some leadership only pays lip service to the Values but they don't practice it themselves. If upper leadership blindly trusts their subordinates so that they don't have to admit the company erred in hiring them for such a role then the whole business is not built on the Values the company expects from lower levels. The values then become a tool for managers and HR reps to punish and discharge those they dislike and pave the way for favoritism and unethical practices. Reality leadership practices are very true...employees don't leave companies, they leave managers. A company suffers when passionate and loyal employees are made silent through leadership not listening.
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at UnityPoint Health? What are the steps along the way?
Too long. HR takes a while to get back to you
You will have multiple interviews. I had 4 different interviews until I was offered a job at unitypoint health.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make UnityPoint Health a better place to work?
Not start pushing pills as their first option, but referring them or helping them learn other ways to cope and giving pills as a last resort