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What would you suggest Valley Behavioral Health management do to prevent others from leaving?

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Provide more clinical support through consultations and supervision. Work on becoming trauma informed. Understand how this environment affects the clinicians and high burn out and actually care about that instead of continually having turnover which is hard on everyone.

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Tare the whole infrastructure down.
And start from scratch. With an entire new
Management entity.

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Have managers spend time training employees and be kind and tactful with employees.

Answered - Employee (Former Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT

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The first complaint is often compensation. The CEO has told us for a while that they are trying to get compensation to match the national average. I would say that management also needs to find a way to improve their reputation in order to attract the kinds of experienced professionals the company needs. They also need to communicate more clearly and visit the units they are over. Each unit has it's own demands and expectations and often what is required of all staff is not a reasonable or helpful solution for some units. Management also needs to make sure that trainings are clear and available.

Answered - Counselor (Current Employee) - Salt Lake County

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Increase wages & raises. Be more involved with the units and actually find out what they are dealing with.

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Be more involved

Answered - Youth Counselor (Current Employee) - West Valley City, UT

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The pay and benefits package are horrible. Not much to keep employees to stay.

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Increase wages, pay is pretty low compared to other behavioral facilities in the area

Answered - Psy RN (Current Employee) - Arizona

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