Patient care - competing priorities
Answered - Clinical Operations Admin Coordinator (Current Employee) - Baltimore, MD
Working at Johns Hopkins University is not stressful.
Answered - CME Coordinator (Current Employee) - Baltimore, MD
Being an Environmental care supervisor, it is very stressful the morning supervisor don't make the 1st shift employee do anything it get left for the 2nd shift, the manager need to be be more firm with the 1st shift supervisor and the 1st shift areas cleaner, one supervisor with 29employees and 3 building to run and get blame for what don't get done it is crazy theirnare some areas in the hospital that has 3 supervisor, the question what is up with directors that they don't see or don't care and have there favorite.
Parking is hectic.
Answered - Administrative Coordinator/Budget Analyst (Former Employee) - 525 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21205
Lack of opportunity without leaving position
Answered - Senior Compliance Monitoring Specialist (Current Employee) - Baltimore, MD
Answered - Sr. Medical Office Coordinator (Former Employee) - Baltimore, MD
Being routinely overworked and severely underpaid.
Answered - Billings Accountant (Current Employee) - Baltimore, MD
Challenges in research
Answered - Research Specialist III (Current Employee) - cancer center
The workload. It's always busy.
Answered - Academic Program Coordinator (Current Employee) - Baltimore, MD 21205
Not being able to pay my bills due to my income.
Answered - Community Health Outreach Specialist (Current Employee) - Baltimore, MD