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Constant change within Parma Respiratory department. Supervisor and Manager appear to be not happy with decisions and make departmental rules and changes continuously. Lead therapists are expected to carry out the frequent directional orders with staff.

Answered February 7, 2020

Housekeeping/EVS takes about 2 1/2 weeks from phone interview to face to face interview to them offering the job. Right now it is only being done on the phone due to coronavirus.

Answered May 7, 2020

Don’t, especially at Geauga Campus. The worse lying ,lazy
Self centered bunch you will never want to meet.

Answered November 17, 2019

In the Regional Hospitals hire back LPNs and invest in their education to RN with incentive to stay employed wit UH.

Answered May 29, 2019

Definitely the lack of structure. Poor management, the middle management and supervisors need to learn soft skills. Then the employees need to prioritize work. There should be either better micro management for schedulers and other employees. It seems like lack of professionalism is par for the course.

Answered April 27, 2019

Train HR to have better business acumen. Let the Seidman Nurses focus less on admin and secretarial functions, and get more support staff to support with focus on admin duties. More staff for call center functions. Better performance management for schedulers. Merge both Seidman Medical records with Lakeside Medical Records, or at least expand Seidman Medical Records to be more EMR, and structured more like Lakeside with it's own billing, more staff, a more secure entrance and exit point for the employees Use more UH couriers and less 3rd party couriers. Either hire more UH police or security. Hold the mailroom to a higher standard. Management sensitivities training, so that admin staff feels that managers care. Have a class on soft skills, I have seen people that are caring toward the patients and cold with their fellow employees. And a more diverse cleaning staff (evs) the predominant (90-95%)African American EVS staff and managers, and coordinators seems a like no else need apply. Patch the holes in street surrounding the backside of UH.

Answered March 30, 2019

It depends on how many years of employment. An employee earns 2.2 hours per pay.

Answered September 27, 2019

Urine test for nicotine

Answered January 14, 2019

Not that I've seen, unless something happened to consider doing that.

Answered March 25, 2020

Not having the needed supplies to provide and care for patients.

Answered January 22, 2020
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