Pros: benefits, pto, people
Cons: schedule changes
As I walk into work I look at the list of where I am to par for that day. It could be anywhere in the hospital. I walk to the specific locations and begin my scan/count. As I count, I begin a mental process of balancing out what will fit on the shelves as to what is missing. Making sure that the floors are adequately stock, but not tripping over said stock. Doing this I have learned more organizational skills than previously obtained, and also know what is beneficial for each floor unit. My co-workers are joyful majority of the time, which makes the daunting task of refilling the floors somewhat enjoyable. The hardest part of this job is by far the physical extremities. Due to having to refill bags of fluids and stock, the enormous pressure on the back and legs can be overwhelming at times. The most enjoyable part of the job would be my co-workers and typing my inventory lists at the end of the day.