Pros: the experience around patients, the quality in food, and the education benefits provided.
Cons: power heads, miscommunication, irratic scheduling. the exposure to illness
Doctors hospital was initally a wonderful place to work.. I came to work i took care of the patients i fed them, we cleaned the trays and adheard to the doctors orders on nutritional restrictions, and allergies. The pay was good, and there waxs room for raises if earned usually. The company encourages their employees to fight for better and get a higher – more... education they even pay for it, up to 9000$ a year. The scheduling conflicts come when your boss has to much time on their hands. An employee could work anywhere from 30-50 hours every week. This company had the opertunity to save for PTO ( Paid Time Off) this was helpful when you got sick after handling trays and materials from patients rooms and you yourself got sick. PTO makes it so that if a person has to call out they still have the oppertunity to make and get paid for a full 40 hour work week. They also help to build up something called EIB which is an Extended illness bank. meaning if you have to go out for surgery, a person does not have to work immedietly and can recouperate when they need too. The company was known for its friendly nature, and its welcoming staff until the hospital recieved a new CEO. When the new CEO started things seemed stiffer, and less friendly. they seem forced not felt, and the employees just seem sad or different. – less