They'll change a policy 3 times before you even find out it's been changed once. They'll come in and say, "what? You're still doing it that way? You were supposed to do it this way 6 months ago. There are also managers who try to enforce draft policies before they are even made official.
The whole freaking job.
Short staff all the time
Answered - Full Time RN (Current Employee) - Lebanon, NH
Working short most days, rude patients and uncooperative co workers
Answered - Dialysis technician ccht (Current Employee) - 175-37 liberty ave Jamaica ny 11433
Answered - Dialysis LPN (Former Employee) - Columbus, OH
Not enough training and they want it done yesterday
Answered - Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - Gig Harbor, WA
You're not trained properly and they think it's okay to work you all hours up to 80 hours a week with 8 to 1 patient ratio.
Answered - Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) - Grove City, OH
No proper training and putting employees under the bus during meetings.
Answered - Director of Operations (Former Employee) - Simi Valley, CA
Non compliant patient that will have an emergency during treatment time.
Answered - Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) - Sugar Land, TX
Being attentive to detail and covering a plethora of clinics and being paid the same wage for additional work and a overt lack of leadership.
Answered - Biomedical Technician (Former Employee) - Bluefield, WV