How did you feel about telling people you worked at Vanderbilt University Medical Center?
Worst place I ever worked in my career. Culture is geto, illiterate, unprofessional and low class. Management is afraid of employees, flash the instruments for liver transplant cases instead following protocol. No quality and equality none what so ever. People laiys right and left. Poor management, bullying, and hostility in air.
I’ve worked here for the last 5 years and it’s embarrassing the “raises” that we have got, if you count 10¢. We have not got a cost of living adjustment since I’ve been here either. I looked up what other employees with my experience are making else where and we are at least $5-6K below average annually.
How do you feel about going to work each day at Vanderbilt University Medical Center?
The answers from March 2018 & May 2017 completely summed it up. Upper management doesn’t care about you or that you’re drowning. It’s just how much more can we pile on top of them, let’s see what they can do with less people and more work. It’s miserable and almost unbearable. The turn over rate here is shocking. But because Vanderbilt has that name behind them people will still continue to come here.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Vanderbilt University Medical Center a better place to work?
I would have more bilingual translators available.
Growth is great but it’s causing a high turn over rate at this hospital. We have money for growth but not to pay our employees a reasonable wage for their experience.