Bad working climate, weak leadership. My advice is hands off, especially in this department.
Basically, the Inselspital can be summarized as follows: either employees who have been doing the same job for decades and show a corresponding "I don't care" mentality, or employees leave again after a very short time (weeks or months). Previously I thought it was the clinic, now I'm employed at th...more
The team is working well, the station management can't plan. Study days are forgotten. 13 working days in a row are created in this way. The wage is close to the recommended minimum wage and the excess is only sparsely credited.
I worked in a department that went pretty well.
But the IT department is in a bad way. The IT boss is infiltrated, there is no support from the old-established employees for new ideas, according to the motto "I'm against it", there is bullying about what the stuff holds. Whether you complain to soci...more
Listen to MA, listen, implement, act, even if it hurts. Live Change and don't put it in empty phrases. Communicate openly and honestly.
I would have expected a professional application process from a company like the Inselgruppe, especially for a management position. But the behaviour of HR was snobbish and unprofessional from the first contact to the second interview, so I cancelled my application. Too bad, the job could have been...more
Broad spectrum and further training opportunities, partly good infrastructure (does not apply to IT systems)
Non-critical leadership, factory-like working conditions, heavily overtime-heavy, profit-driven.
Worked on the island for 17 years.
I find the island a good employer. As everywhere, more and more is expected and demanded in the health sector. The island is no exception. And, of course, it's all up to the direct leadership and the team whether you feel comfortable or not. Here, as everywhere, th...more
There is an urgent need for more support for leaders in lower or middle management.