N/A (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 25, 2017
Employees must pay to park and the parking garage is unsafe. There are no cameras, no security posted and homeless people follow women to their cars and jiggle door handles. Favoritism is a reoccurring theme in this facility. All departments are understaffed which can create a safety concern for patients.
My productivity goes with having ready food for the two doctors lounges ,retail ,catering and monitoring patients meal during the day.
Part time food service worker (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 20, 2017
Great place to work I enjoy working and helping my co_workers meet their goal throughout the day and ensuring that patients and retail are getting tjeir meals on time properly prepared and well presented by meeting the haccp requirements.
Event and Marketing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Chicago – February 5, 2017
Good work experience. I learnt a lot about myself as well as working in an hospital. It certainly was not all fair and clear. It was long work hours, with variety of work projects. However, it was not recognized nor appreciated.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 24, 2017
This was my first position in academic medicine. I'm grateful to the team I worked with, as my experience at Weiss was the foundation for administrative support positions to follow. I learned a great deal about the nuts and bolts of day-to-day clinical work and about providing support to academic physicians and researchers who also are practicing physicians. It was incredibly challenging. But it was also a new field for me. I thrived in the environment and thoroughly enjoyed stretching my skill sets in a new area.