I’m currently on leave due to having a nervous breakdown due to work stress. I’m dreading going back as usual work load will be expected. Staff cuts have been implemented as well as one RN on duty. I’m going to need permanent counciling if I’m to stay there. The work load is both physically and mentally draining on all staff. I’m going to look at working at a hospital as there will be more patient to nurse ratio.
Treat them better and value them as humans rather than disposable numbers that mean nothing to them.
Management need to be more empathetic and understanding.. And be sure to understand that they are there to manage not to dictate and bully their staff
Actually listen, support, and manage their employees. Often things are ignored if they’re not positive, even though you are trying to better the situation for the organisation and clients. They’d rather you sit there with your mouth shut and deal with their poor actions than express how you feel and try to correct them.
How about being honest and transparent as you want care workers to be
Everyone has just been given a $3 or more pay cut. They blame the NDIAS. Now we are expected to do more and get paid less. The job can be very stressful and you are not supported well.
Support staff and actually listen to them. Countless time I was told you have had worst days get over it. The stress build up was too much.
Meet with staff, discuss options
Work load needs to be managed.... don't cut gotta and expect staff to do the same amount of work!!
Cutting eens it's the worst thing they could have done!
Actually show the care about the welfare pic staff! Worst organization i have ever worked for!
The management should regularly check on employees regarding work load, stress load and anything in between. Suggestions should be taken on board. See where and how employees can add value. give them the opportunity to train and do more.