Not attentive to employee needs
PSC (Former Employee) – Washington D.C. – October 21, 2015
I was hired in December and was told that I had to participate in training less than two weeks later I was told that if I was not able to participate in the orientation of for the position, I would lose the job. After I participated in the orientation, I went to my office only to be told that I will not be getting proper training until the beginning of the year which means that I would be just sitting up front, not being able to do anything.
I had a situation when a doctor who made a nasty comment in front of staff and patient that they should train people before bringing them into the office.I had no log in, no computer access, no nothing.
This was right around the Christmas holiday which means all the staff was on vacation. When I talk to HR, they told me to talk to the practice manager as there was nothing she could do, but she said it was an attitude. My direct supervisor told me that nothing was going to be done because she is an MD and the Doctors are loved and catered to.
If you're not going to deal for problem especially from a brand new employee then accommodation need to be made trained staff instead of pushing them into an office just to fill a seat. I was only there for a short time and when I tried to talk to HR to see if I could be rehired, the person kept rescheduling me and then totally ignoring my phone calls. And this was the HR DEPT!
Waste of time
Co workers location break room pay
Mentality of management and doctors No willingness to help disconnect with front staff