When initially hired working relationships were important but office politics, expansion and turnover of personnel have changed the work environment.
Security (Former Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – October 24, 2016
Lack of communication between rank and file with management except for those favored continues to get in the way of cohesive working relationships and a more productive atmosphere in some departments.
Medical and supporting staff at GMC-Duluth and Glancy create decent work atmosphere, many employees at GMC-Lawrenceville are good people who care about the workplace.
Short breaks, training and advancement made available only for those subservient to Dept management, untrustworthyness created by certain ambitious coworkers, family life and interests outside the workplace not given its due importance.
PATIENT SERVICE AND GIFT SHOP VOLUNTEER (Former Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – July 30, 2015
There was no typical day. I helped where ever they needed me in the hospital I learned to be flexible with my skills The management team were fun and helpful The people I volunteered with were caring and passionate There was no hard part of this service The most enjoyable part of this was volunteering with such good people
Registered Nurse on Medical/telemetry Floor (Current Employee) – dultuh – July 1, 2015
A place where everyday is different, a place you learn new skills everyday. Helps you grow in your field. All co-workers and managment are always there to help you out and work as a team to take care of patients.
Neurophysiology Technician (Former Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – June 22, 2015
Great place to work with wonderful people to work with. Excellent care given to patients and their family. Physician's were excellent with great bedside manners. Provided training necessary to perform my job.
Patient Liaison Transition Unit, pre-op (Former Employee) – Lawrencenville, GA – May 28, 2015
Checking in patients for surgery they can enter pre-op. The families are given pagers to reach them if the go to their car or the cafeteria and doctor wants to see them. The people were the best part of the position.
Management was easy to work with and provided classes in Word or other skills that would be beneficial in the workforce. Making sure the schedule was updated and necessary information was provided to the families.
The hardest part of the job was looking for advancement. The position you were in was where you remained. Taking classes to improve skills necessary in the workforce did not necessarily get used.
Cardiovascular Technician (Current Employee) – Lawerenceville Ga – March 1, 2015
I work several hours a day until my job is finished no matter how long that may take. Everyday there is always something knew to learn. I work well with others and I am a team player. The hardest part of my job is when the out come is negative, The most enjoyable part is a good outcome.
Great place to work as long as you never want to advance
Admin. (Current Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – January 15, 2015
The people are great and everyone here is nice and helpful. However, if you ever want to move up into a more advanced position just be warned that it is next to impossible. Our corporate recrutiers will actually tell you that they don't want to have to train someone and that if you want a better job you should leave the company.
Good pay, large amount of vacation time given.
No internal consideration for employees wanting to succeed.