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6 days ago

Registered Nurse

Renown Reno, NV

This position is challenged to diagnose and treat human responses to health problems. The incumbent must provide optimal patient/resident care… Jobg8


19 days ago

Chief Operating Officer_Regional

Renown Reno, NV

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30+ days ago

Director of Infection Control

Renown Reno, NV

Director will design and implement comprehensive programs for surveillance, interface with all hospital departments relating to infection prevention… Glassdoor


19 days ago

Manager of Clinical Nutrition

Renown Reno, NV

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30+ days ago

Palliative Care Services RN

Renown Reno, NV

Renown Health is Reno's only locally owned, not for profit integrated health care network. We have 946 licensed beds, over 1,000 phycians with… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Occupational Therapist

Renown Reno, NV

This position provides direct patient care , provides input to the interdisciplinary team regarding ongoing patient care, as well as comprehensive… Glassdoor


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    Leadership problems abundant!

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    Former Employee - Mid-level Human Resources  in  Reno, NV (US)
    Former Employee - Mid-level Human Resources in Reno, NV (US)

    I worked at Renown Regional Medical Center full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Nice campus and numerous facilities.

    Cons

    Actual treatment of employees does not support Renown's stated vision, mission, and especially values. Many senior managers achieve their positions without any prior management experience or education, which negatively affects their subordinates' performance and job satisfaction. Many mid-to-upper level management hires are made without applicants meeting the minimum requirements for their jobs. Executives look out for each others' career advancement rather than focusing on patient care, problem solving, and employee retention; Toxic management culture exists in Operations, HR, Finance, Admin, Nursing. Bullying runs rampant in the HR and Finance Departments due to poor executive oversight and metrics, and permeates the organization like a disease.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Executive staff needs to be more visible to employees by getting out of their remote offices weekly and walking the floors, greeting employees, and listening to front-line managers, supervisors,and patients. Employee satisfaction surveys shouldn't come only from overused Gallup surveys. "Leadership" is a term that can only be bestowed by subordinates upon management who display leadership. Executive staff merely calling themselves "Leadership" doesn't make them leaders. Replace the current heads of Operations, Finance, HR, Admin, and Nursing with leaders that don't accept bullying, develop their subordinates, and lead by example.

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