Lack of training and horrible billing system
Being overworked and lack of continuity. The rules change often, there is little to no corporate support which leads to poor management which leads to unhappy employees. There is little to no incentive to do a good job, other than to not be let go.
One works hard and tries their very best... just to be stepped on and threatened by the incompetent management
If troubleshooting any equipment, it can be challenging to get in touch with the appropriate Help Desk personnel in a timely manner--and since we are sort of "outsourced" staff at whichever hospital or clinic we are providing services to, we have to fend for ourselves due to usually working our shifts solo.
Answered - Part Time Casual Newborn Hearing Screener (Former Employee) - Florida
Work load, constant policy changes, management repeating “read the policy” instead of putting in the footwork to assist their employees, and managers taking their own time responding to emails
Work load and constant policy changes
Work-over load with not many resources or help
Answered - Payment Poster (Current Employee) - Arlington, TX
Not being paid what I am worth, favoritism
Answered - Team Member (Current Employee) - City of Sunrise, FL