Dept has negative energy, discrimination and retaliation
Days were stressful, busy but meaningful. To know I was helping callers made my day. As a previous Hosp Operator I learned to listen to my callers and put myself in their shoes, go that extra mile to help those in dire need and at times ..just listen to those that are BUT you quickly learn how to prioritize whatever is thrown your way. It's unfortunate employees voice is not heard at Cedars Sinai because this is a great institution to work for. The hospital does NOT leave it's employees behind but the same cannot be said about Management which in return makes employees feel ignored and alone. At the end of the day I just had to remind myself that I was there to help others and that I gave it my all. And YES, regardless of the Departmental negative energy, I was one that always said "Thank you Cedars for another day". This is why after 2 yrs of no longer working there, I still miss it.
Bonuses, Free community/family clinics, free classes, The best medical coverage, amazing and caring Medical Staff, facility.
Unsupervised Department Management.