customer service (Former Employee) – Monroe, WI – December 31, 2015
the coworkers were great! they have amazing food but sadly they do not train their employes for what they are expected to do and that caucused people to walk out the door.. they would succeed better if the bosses didn't act like children.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Monroe, WI – October 1, 2015
Very fast paced environment. Management not overly concerned with the well being of employees. The hours were constantly changing, weekends were always needing coverage. The most enjoyable part of the job was the end of the work day.
Admissions Represenative (Former Employee) – Monroe, WI – August 7, 2015
A typical day at work was fun and fast paced and required prioritizing and organization. I learned alot of medical terminology and how to use Excel and Power Point.
Monroe Clinic has a beautiful new Hospital to work in. However, most of the offices are in an older building built in the 1930's The new Hospital does not have room for all the departments that need to be there. So there is alot of back and forth from the old building to the new Hospital. My co-workers were great both from my department stand point as well as from the organization standpoint.
enjoyed free meals on occasion and has coffe shop and cafeteria on location
Not always able to take breaks and was dictated by when patients coming in, and then those times changing several times without our knowledge.
Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Monroe, WI – August 25, 2014
A typical day at work would include making sure a patient is happy with their food tray at all times, helping others around the kitchen, cleaning up, and preparing for the next days meal. There is a lot of favoritism that goes on here and a lot of goofing around being done on the weekends when management isn't here. As long as everyone is getting along and working their hardest, the Monroe Clinic is not a bad place to work.
most co workers were nice and helpful some were not.
medical assistant (Former Employee) – freeport – April 4, 2014
I had informed them of my previous work experience and it had been several months working in that position due to moving and a baby,some things I needed some refreshing and time to get used to how they did things also learning many new things i never didnin my previous job,and apparently three weeks in I wasn't learning fast enough and with short staff and a lot of float staff I was not able to learn consistantly and effectivley which made me nervous coming to the job everyday afraid I wouldn' t do something right. In the end I left there very discouraged and unsure of my career.