As much as I like and enjoy what I do in the healthcare/human services field, I dislike the favoritism displayed in each of their building locations. Really good employees fly under the radar and yet when a naturally lazy employee actually does their job, they are praised and rewarded. I don't mind flying under the radar. It is the annoyance of lazy people coming in late, leaving early, cutting corners and no one knows about it.
In the professional realm, you would first try to work out your differences with your co-worker, seeing why they are always behind in their work, but constantly leave early and attempt to lend a hand. When the environment doesn't change, you head to your supervisor. Supervisors don't seem to correct the situation, so then you go to HR, who tells you to go to your supervisor and then you are stuck.
Really, really good people are being let go for new breath at a lower cost. Really, really good people are leaving or talking about leaving for all of the above.
You hear about Park's growth and growth is generally good for business and for the field. However, it's coming at a cost at which they don't understand or care about fixing.
Earlier business hours