As the scheduling coordinator,I matched appropriate clinicians to meet patient needs.
I learned that what management tells you is going to happen,and what actually does happen,isn't always the same.
Management is spotty at best.The company hires inexperienced staff,and does not properly train or prepare them for all that home health requires. It is not uncommon for staff to be told one thing,and then expected to go above and beyond what was originally requested. Morale is poor due to certain passive/aggressive managers that tend to micro-manage others while neglecting their own duties.
The workplace culture tries to be friendly,but if you make even one minor error,you will never hear the end of it. Administration also believes it quite ok to dock staff pay in direct violation of labor law.
The hardest part of this job was trying to deal with all the "extra" duties added to an already busy workday.
The most enjoyable part of this job being able to work with my daughter and watch her grow into her position.
one hour lunches are given
administration continually violates labor laws