Michigan Orthopaedic Surgeons Careers and Employment
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This company will continue to hire as no one wants to work for the pay they are offering. Training is terrible as co-workers don't want to train and get frustrated because of new employees starting within the department. Biggest turn off for any new employee and until the pay, benefits and structure is implemented in a more constructive manner, this company will continue to have high turnover.
This institute, specially southfield location, is full of employees who are negative, talk bad about their fellow work mates, refuse to care for certain patients for reasons such as : “they talk too long” , “they always call, I dont want to deal with them”, etc. Some employees speed up the talking process with patients, failing at providing adequate health literacy. The manager is terrible at communication and caring for her employees. The environment is very toxic and not a place you should want to work. Terrible experience. They even have MA’s who were never trained to be one as well. And their system for checking in patients is TERRIBLE.
Every office and department is understaffed and burned out. Sadly, this has been the case for the 4 years I was there. There are constant emails about expanding and requests for volunteer work, yet they refuse to adequately staff the company. Aside from that, the work environment itself is extremely toxic. The micromanaging and constant need to track employee productivity is demoralizing and insulting. Company morale is very low, resulting in an overwhelming turnover rate. Yet, the issues remain unresolved. With annual CEO changes, it's clear that the direction of the company is in the doctor's hands and they're prioritizing their bottom line above all else. It's sad.
Management always over promises and under delivers. Employees are overworked, everyone is drained and out of energy because they don't hire enough people to staff the offices that they have, yet they keep opening new offices, adding to the already existing issue. It gets old to see numerous colleagues walk off the job, either to quit, or to weasel what they want (compensation wise) out of the company when management begs them to come back because they could not function without them due to lack of staff. They also gave out a bunch of 30 cent raises. I get that times are tough, but when the company is bringing in MILLIONS of dollars, I dont think it would kill them to show a little more appreciation for their hard working and LOYAL employees that have been here for years. 30 cents is honestly just a slap in the face.
Learned a lot about management, phones are always ringing. A lot of changes are happening, you gotta roll with the punches. You have to learn how to adapt pretty quick. Overall, pretty great company to work for.
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