I would suggest Penns HR Dept of Clinical Care Associates would listen, take action and follow up on emplyoee complaints. I.E. employees threatening other employees, racism, favortism.
Many great employees have left Penn Yardley due to these issues.
I would suggest that the CEO place emphasis on unifying and encouraging servant leadership from the top to the bottom. This includes directors, managers, providers And the manner in which they treat subordinates. This would increase morale, and productivity as well as the overall employee wellbeing and increase the press Ganey scores.
I would clean house and begin with the managers. professionalism goes a long way and if you don’t treat your employees with the proper respect that’s ruining staff productivity because it leads to a stressful work environment. Happy employees equal happy patients. One bad manager can ruin a good team. It’s a big hospital which means the goal should be for single employee to work as a unit, therefore creating better communication from within which then reassures the paitent that they are in good hands. It takes a village to raise a child. So think of the hospital employees as the village and the patients as the child being raised.
I would work on getting the best managers possible who will value employees and encourage their advancement and retention.
Answered - RN (Current Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
HR is slow to communicate
Answered - ICU Registered Nurse (Current Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
I have no complaints about University of Pennsylvania.
Answered - Unit Secretary (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
Promote better safety and quality initiatives. Make sure patients are receiving the best, safe care. I will also make sure to take care of employees. Keeping engagement, and increasing employee retention
Answered - Lead Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee) - Philadelphia, PA 19101
I would work with the MRI technologists to better the patient flow.
Answered - MRI Technologist (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
An outing with staff
Answered - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) - Philadelphia, PA