More layoffs in January, 2020..
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Ascension is doing it's usually yearly round of layoffs to fix the budget to increase profit for the big shots at the expense of the patients and staff. Worse for the workers of Milwaukee's unionized hospital they are denying them severance! So cheap... — read more
Dear Ascension: We’re all looking for jobs now. You’ve killed all morale. You fired some great people this past week who are skilled at their jobs and were necessary members of the organization. You have demonstrated your lack of loyalty to good... — read more
Approximately 400 AIS layoffs today.
Ascension Health will only keep employees that they can control and look the other way. The people that they keep on are so afraid for their jobs they would do anything they are told by executives, (watch out patients!). Unfortunately they state they... — read more
More at Ascension St John Warren location. This comes after Tersigni gross bonus. Catholic ministry?
A job at another company a smart employee would find.
Ascension Michigan has laid off (and this has been confirmed) about 500 employees... This is mostly impacting (as always) nurses - about 20 folks in management have been canned... All under a slogan of "improving efficiencies and worker productivity"... — read more
1000s were laid off in Wisconsin and continuing to be laid off. And, they wonder why the are not doing business? No one will go to them especially as word gets out in these small communities.
I've heard from a friend that Ascension is closing the diabetes clinic associated with St John's Hospital in Tulsa. So where will their patients go for care?
AH has their issues there is no questioning that. I wonder how things might be a bit different if we trained the upper mgmt teams in better communication skills. In my years with the company (HR) one of the main complaints is how mgrs do not... — read more
over 60+ positions were eliminated at St John Medical Center in the Laboratory Tulsa, Ok OK "restructuring".