Sometimes we work with patient who have mental problems and we have to know how to deal with them.
Answered - Hospitality Assistant (Current Employee) - Washington, DC
Doing the job but having to deal with the people which is the job.
Lack of work/life balance. Call in the Main OR is considered a shift because there is often NO RELIEF after working a 12 hour shift! Management has no idea how to manage. Dysfunction and lack of teamwork seems to be supported rather than dealt with. Too many issues!!! Stay away!
For me it was the commute
Answered - Admission Representative 1 (Former Employee) - Washington, DC
Dealing with the management
Answered - HOSPITALITY ASSISTANT (Former Employee) - Washington, DC
It's nothing stressful you should want to provide help and customer service to patients in need
Answered - Floor Care Technician (Former Employee) - Washington City, DC
VERY busy hospital, but you learn sooooo much
Answered - Registered Nurse, Resource Nurse (Former Employee) - Washington, DC
Making sure you take care of every patient you are assigned. properly.
Answered - Hospitality Associate (Current Employee) - Washington, DC
None i believe challenge is part of stress
Answered - Clinical Research\Patient Associate Coordinator (Former Employee) - Washington, DC