Learning new things and finding new ways to complete tasks. Things must get done and theres always a process to get them done. Communication is everything it makes easy work simple and without it tough tasks are tougher. Prioritizing where to be when everyone thinks they need you right away. When a plan comes together and everyone is relieved.
Terrible management. If you have any concern keep them to yourself, your manager doesn’t care about you . Job can be dangerous working alone which you do during 3rd shift . Lots of heavy lifting and fast environment. On your feet 8 hours . Training 3-5 days .
A typical day at work is filled with various problem solving across my 4 departments areas. I've learned a lot of patience and how to bring the best out of my teammates. Management has been very supportive and understanding of my talents and desires. The workplace has a very family based culture. The hardest part of the job is constant switching back and forth of the jobs to resolve each employees issues, while keeping up with all assigned projects from upper management. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning the various individuals who reported to me and how to push them to be better.
I love my job because i encounter different people everyday. Its a fast passed environment that keeps me on my toes and constantly thinking. I love that my teammates and I treat everyone with respect and enjoy coming to work.
Management was awful and got worse as the years went on. I worked for CHS for many years and no one was willing to listen to the staff and try to make more condition better. It had became unsafe for patients and staff. I wish someone from Atrium would contact me about my time with the company. I would still be with the company if condition would have been better.
Love the department that I worked in the company is very diverse it’s a teaching facility and you can take classes while you are able to work on campus many opportunities to volunteer love that as well
REGISTERED NURSE- Medical Clinic (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – February 3, 2019
I have never worked for an administration that cared so little about their employees. The Charlotte Medical Clinic's focus is entirely money-motivated. They espouse a desire for good patient care yet chronically under-staff RNs, over work doctors and mid-level providers, and demonstrate no effort to retain seasoned staff. In addition, there is staff-targeting when one does attempt to speak up, I cannot speak for the whole of Atrium Health, but I can sincerely advise anyone in any role to avoid working for the Charlotte Medical Clinic. You WILL be over worked, underpaid, and more importantly you will not be shown any respect for the work you do or your opinions.
WEO Shift Supervisor (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 31, 2019
Stop. It's great to make some extra money to catch waay up on Bill's. Terrible terrible management. Friends of friends are promoted regardless of experience. Lack of experience is a huge problem with staff AND patients.
Registrar (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – January 30, 2019
I enjoyed working with my peers, and making sure the patients was always in good care, and the best service was provided for the patients. Always having a great attitude and smiling, in your work place.
All atrium cares about is money. Laziness in the OR is absolutely appalling! Several “teammates” make their own rules and schedules and management doesn’t care they only make excuses. About half the or staff do not work and the other half makes up for it. I’m one of the lowest paid CSTs in this area!!!!
Being on call and not being adequately compensated
Great environment to work if you like helping people
Psychiatric Technician (Current Employee) – Emergency Department – January 22, 2019
I have learned that patient is very important when dealing with the type of patient that we work with. The work place culture is good depending how much each individual is willing to put forth to care about each patient.
I loved my job at Atrium. I was given many opportunities as to strategies and leadership concepts. A typical work day was full of new issues with the openness to resolve. I learned that balancing and communication is very important in a leadership role. The workplace culture was very balance and had such a smooth flow. The hardest part of the job was keeping up in a dual role consistently. The most enjoyable part of my job was networking with other departments to learn different way to solve problems.