Pros: patients & breaktimes
Cons: supervisor was terrible and coworkers were a bunch of back stabbers
I worked in the cancer center and to put up with my supervisor's attitude and unprofessional behaviors for the 6 months I did was so wrong on my part.
My boss made me feel like I was walking on egg shells the whole time I was there. I was ridiculed, ridiculed to the point where I would have panic attacks the morning's I would drive to work. I was new and even my coworkers were incredibly mean to me. They were my supervisor's "reporters" and actually reported back to her when my trainer thought I wasn't getting it and I was brought into her office for a confrontation.
It became a daily occurence with going into her office and all she would do is bring up the mistakes, instead of complimenting me on the customer service I gave to the patients, all of whom would compliment me on my performance and attitude.
No amount of stress at a job is worth $15/hr. For the stuff I had to put up with, I should have been paid $150/hr. Not to mention, I had my Bachelor's and was in process of studying for my MBA and had a heck of a lot more education that my supervisor did, which was so unfair.
Park Nicolett was good for 1 thing and that was there patients. Some of the nicest most sweetest people you could ever meet. Plus the morning breaks were fabulous because the cafeteria's breakfast were amazing, but if there was a line, don't even try to get breakfast. If I was 30 seconds late, my boss would know about it and in her office I would go.
I was glad when I was finally let go, based on performance issues, which I know wasn't true, my boss just wanted me out before I had a chance to go to the Upper Management and report workplace harrassment.
What a joke!