Pros: cafeteria discounts, retirement package
Cons: no breaks, lunch, under staffed, low pay, crabby doctors, floors hang up on you all the time, carrying a pager, getting out late all the time
No breaks, no lunches, under staffed, carry a pager where we get paged in for non stat exams at 2 or 3 am (diabetic toe, back pain 6 months etc), we sleep in our cars, work well over our scheduled time due to lack of staff, not staffed 24/7 like it should be, constantly lifting obese patients on vents with MRSA...very exhausting, scanners are 10 blocks – more... away from registration so it takes you forever to get your patient and bring them back after exam, still printing films (get with the millennium SENTARA), doctors are rude, including radiologis who like to come over and scream at you In front of out patients, supervisor, managers and CEO of radiology know nothing about MRI (how do they expect to help us), supervisor thought it would be a good idea to have x ray help us because we are so short staffed but they could not scan or give us breaks or answer phones so not sure how much that helped. MRI department had the lowest employee satisfaction scores out of the entire hospital and CEO and HR sat in meetings to try to understand why we were so unhappy and after 2 years nothing has changed, then managers kept asking how we can improve productivity...hmmm..maybe hire some staff and give is a break so we can refresh a little?
Pros: clocking out, retirement package if you can stand working there that long
most enjoyable part of my job? Clocking out
co worker: some really nice ones and a few weird ones
Management: get rid of all of them and start over,,,they all suck – less