The commute/lack of parking.
Politics. This place is basically hostile for whom wants to work hard, and favours who just wants to get paid and do whatever the big boss in turn wishes. Good employees just leave. The turnover in very high.
Witnessing the fear of critically ill children and their parents.
Answered - Registered Nurse Level 2 (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA
The commute. Employees come from all over to work at Cedars-Sinai, but it can eventually take a toll on you.
Answered - Associate Director (Current Employee) - Los Angeles, CA
Trying to get there. Traffic is the worst and parking is not that great either.
Managers supervisor show favoritism harass hardworking employees
Answered - Medical Assistant (Former Employee) - California
The most stressful part about working at Cedar was balancing patients needs on a busy clinic day.
Answered - Patient Access Representative (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA
Nothing is stressful here. There is team work everywhere.
Answered - Medical Records Clerk (Former Employee) - Beverly Hills, CA
Knowing all the hospital protocols and codes.
Answered - Medical Assistant (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA