Clinical Registered Nurse II, Medical ICU (Current Employee) – Durham, NC – January 22, 2018
I have definitely learned a lot from working here. Just like with any job, Duke also has its pros and cons. The acuity remains pretty high but as for workplace culture, it is pretty clique like. Every hospital has its politics, it is pretty much the same anywhere you go, but after awhile it gets old.
There was not a typical day. Each day there were expectations, I made my own work schedule, Management was great, as well as supervisor and physicians. My responsibilities were to receive applications for the graduate program at Duke. Setup interviews, luncheons, tours, order supplies, etc.
There was no hard part of the job. I enjoyed the position and the people, students I encountered.
Duke is an excellent environment in which to be trained to carry out cutting-edge biomedical science in one of the leading hospitals in the world. I highly recommend it as an academic training institution.
Staff Assistant (Former Employee) – Chair's Office, Department of Pediatrics – January 17, 2018
My position is one that needs to be reassessed. It is more work than one person can possibly do in 40 hours. It has unrealistic expectations and is probably the reason I am the 4th or 5th person in this position since this past April.
However, I love working at Duke. I am very proud of working at Duke and consider it an honor to work at such a prestigious University/Hospital.
Middle level management individual leads with emotion.
Big company, really depends on the group you are working with
Manager (Former Employee) – Durham, NC – January 13, 2018
This is a big entity, so its somewhat unfair to rate it as one. The group i worked in was small, and my experience was marred by an inexperienced manager. If i had the opportunity to work with other managers, i probably would have had a much different experience
Typical day would be very busy. I learned allot at Duke. I had great management at work. I had a great work place culture at that job. The hardest part of the job was hoe busy it was. The most enjoyable thing about the job was the people.
Financial Care Counselor, Duke Family Medicine (Current Employee) – Durham, NC – January 2, 2018
Manager was terrible, did not know his/her job. stated to another co-worker that I was not polished enough to work in that clinic. Was treated different than others, overall a bad environment to work in.