Based on 227 responses, the job of Nursing Supervisor has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.1 out of 5. On average, Nursing Supervisors are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Nursing Supervisor?
Nursing Supervisor in Hudson:
Pros: I like caring for and advocating for patients, assuring the best care possible care
Cons: Management bullying, belittling, preventing involvement and causing staff to fight among each other
Stressful but never boring.
Nursing Supervisor in Kansas City:
Pros: I love my coworkers and the fact that we’ve created a “family”
Cons: Sometimes I don’t feel like my superiors actually understand what I accomplish every single day
Nursing in a Nutshell.
Nursing is one of the most physically and mentally demanding jobs you will ever have, but it is also very rewarding. Be observant, you will learn an enormous amount through observation alone. No matter how long you have been doing a job, ask questions, your question or observation may just save someone's life.
Nursing Supervisor in Spring Hill:
Pros: Working independently
Cons: The co-workers who are manipulative in order to do the least amount of work at all times.
Under new management and it's improving.
Nursing Supervisor in Houston:
Pros: I like helping people who are dissatisfied or unhappy with their service; I want our clients to be happy.
Cons: Dealing with staff members who do poor work, including poor documentation and rude treatment of patients. I also dislike having to deliver office supplies on a daily basis to the different hospital units.
Fair. I enjoy my work. Some on my staff are difficult to supervise and a couple are challenges.
Nursing Supervisor in Fort Collins:
Pros: The trust I am given by my supervisor and the company.
Cons: My difficult staff.
Good in terms of work but they are not flexible.
Nursing Supervisor in Chennai:
Pros: The excitement that comes when working in a busy hospital
Cons: Lack of flexibility of duty timing