Unit Secretary (Former Employee) – Manchester, NH – June 28, 2018
I loved doing my clinical in the ER. I love working with patients closely. While working in the Pediatric as a Unit secretary I worked closely with the kids/ infants and toddlers with different health problems (ex. withdrawal patients) and i was able to feed them and hold them in my hands. I like fast-paced jobs and this was one of them. During the winder we had many patients coming in and I had to work more and faster, answering phones, opening doors.
The best part of the job is the people you work with and the patients you serve. Work/Life balance is not valued by the management. The culture does not encourage team building. Upper management is rarely seen by everyday workers.
Paid time off includes vacation, holidays and sick time. Management indifference.
The work was challenging, we had to rebuild a coding team from scratch, lots of work to get done, nice people to work with most of the time. commute was go. hardest part of the job finding good coders, culture was a bit stuffy . most enjoyable part of the job was the commute to and from work
Pharmacy department is horrible to work in. Technicians are over worked and under staffed. Management only wants feedback if it is what they want to hear. Have been trying for years to improve morale and culture and it has only gotten worse. Older employees are allowed to bully newer ones.
pharmacy (Current Employee) – Manchester, NH – March 12, 2018
Literally best pharmacy job I have every had. Dept is going through some turnover, but that can be a good thing. Management definitely working to make things better, listening to us, and care very much about our work environment. Are things perfect? Of course not, but where have you worked that is perfect? This is such a better work environment for me than retail pharmacy was. I would take my worst shift here over my best day in retail any day.
great benefits, defined shifts (8 hours), supportive management
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Amherst, NH – March 11, 2018
Very busy, professional hospital. Learned the grass is not greener. majority of managers were approachable and fair. Hardest part hearing other organizations disrespecting each other. Most enjoyable, although I have not worked there in 5 years, everyone I have worked with in the past, when we reconnect it's like time has stood still. Former co workers are always excited to catch up! Also running into pts out of the office setting are always happy to see you, tell you they miss you at the office, "no one can draw my blood like you"
The manager is extremely disrespectful and makes the workplace very uncomfortable on a daily basis. Some of the coworkers bring a lot of drama into the workplace so I never found myself looking forward to go to work. A lot of gossip and being rude to each other, it reminded me of being back in high school.
Emergency Department Secretary (Former Employee) – Manchester, NH – January 26, 2018
The position required processing all of the clerical aspects of an emergency department patients care as ordered by Doctors and Nurses. The department was clean and modern and very easy to work in under the most difficult of circumstances. The staff was the best that I have ever had the opportunity of working with.
All staff was treated with the utmost respect, from the doctors to the housekeepers, maintenance, security, etc. everyone was treated the same and that is something that you just don't see often enough.
Some days there was not time to have lunch or a break