Working with immature personalities is one of the reasons why and how it can get stressful. People tend to come in with a "only me, myself, and i" attitude. Working in a hospital setting requires teamwork, but you wont get that here, unless their butts get told by the Manager/Supervisor to do so. Lazy people, childish games and behaviors all around, and the amount of work is just ridiculous - it's like Aurora doesn't even care about how hard the employees are working, but only about the money they're raking in.
Save yourself from the stress and frustration.
If they don't like you, they will make up lies about you and set you up for failure.
The have a track record of under training or omitting part of your training to make it appear as if you don't know what you're doing, when in fact they never gave you the information or tools you need to do your job.
Depending on the location you work at, there is little or no diversity.
Don't do it!
The exclusion of the employees; leaving when they wanted and made you take over their phone lines.
Fast pace, with needy patients...no time
Answered - Working as primary RN (Former Employee) - Summit, WI
Leadership short falls
Answered - IT Analyst (Current Employee) - Milwaukee, WI
Management is very bad. If they don't like you. You will not move up, the managers don't do a good job at keeping or leading the great staff that do stay.
Immediate management made it a hostile environment to work. Hard to approach.
Answered - Accounts Payable Asst (Former Employee) - Milwaukee, WI
I schedule for over 20 different facilities within Aurora.
Answered - Medical Transcriptionist (Current Employee) - Milwaukee, WI
The most stressful part about working at Aurora is when your short staff and call-in
Answered - Housekeeing (Current Employee) - Milwaukee, WI
Experience means nothing here you have to have an advanced degree.
Answered - Public Benefits Case Manager (Current Employee) - Milwaukee, WI