Pros: when census was met with admissions, we recieved things such as gift cards or jeans on fridays.
I had lots of duties from the result of lots of cross training. A typical day for me depended on what deadlines had to be met. On a monday or tuesday was strictly payroll, wednesday through friday i split all my other duties up depending on what had to be down by priority. It could be ordering medical supplies if supplies are low or handling HR requirements.
There were certain duties that I handled that would be made into projects. If a specific deadline had to be met, other duties would be worked on in between. I worked in a very big corporate office, but in my department were roughly 8 people. Most of my co workers were very friendly and very outgoing, some of us worked as a team when help was needed.
The hardest part of the job is when the board of State was expected to come since I worked with an agency that handled Medicare and Medicaid. Everyone would be on pins and needles knowing that State can walk in at any moment.
The most enjoyable part of my job was making clients happy and reaching our goals, such as gaining admissions and not losing to many patients. The better we did with our census meant a better standing for all of our positions and an increase in our agency.