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What is the most stressful part about working at McLaren Health Care?

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Old-fashioned, strict, no flextime, even for those not in customer service. As a salaried emplyee felt like a I was a time punch employee. 1 minute past the hour was late for a salaried person who might stay well past 6pm and work more than 40 hours.

Answered - N/A (Current Employee) - Flint, MI

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Patient to staff ratios

Answered - ER Registered Nurse (Current Employee) - Port Huron, MI

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Answering and listening to members complain and not getting help from other departments.

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Flint, MI

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Working in any doctors office can be stressful at any time. Things can get busy, patients can get rude, but you can only help one person at a time.

Answered - Receptionist/Office Assistant (Current Employee) - Lansing, MI

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When I worked there the stressful part was when the same people called in sick all the time. The hospital was not at fault.Being very busy was sometimes stressful under these conditions.

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Managers not caring about their employees

Answered - Utilization intake specialist (Former Employee) - Flint, MI

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We are a part of a larger corporation so there is lag time when requesting/making changes.

Answered - Supervisor (Current Employee) - Patient Unit

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Not enough staff to effectively take care of your patients

Answered - CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) - Port Huron, MI

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The most stressful part of a day is when patients spend too much time waiting to check in, or receive the run around because multiple departments have not been coordinated.

Answered - Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - Lansing, MI

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Working understaffed

Answered - Critical Care Unit Staff Registered Nurse (Current Employee) - Bay City, MI

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