Exciting and fast paced work environment
Registration/Scheduling Specialist (Former Employee) – Quincy, IL – March 16, 2013
Re: typical day at work- very busy
What I learned: It doesn't matter if you do your job and mind your own business-you are expendible
Management: Some managers are very,very proffessional and others don't seem to have what it takes.
Co-workers: Almost all my coworkers behaved like children, using bad language and playing with cell phones and the internet.I don't think the whole organization is like this, but I don't know
The hardest part: Being a team player when everyone else was tattling, if I found a mistake, I simply fixed it.
Contact with the patients was by far the best part of the job. Yes, sometimes they were hard to handle, but the ones that appreciate you far out-weigh the ones who are too sick to be kind and appropriate.
1 hour for lunch, no weekend or holiday work, 8a-5p job.
no other breaks beyond lunch and forced overtime.