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Definitely the work load. Constantly being understaffed. Break and lunches were all jacked up. People not getting to break or breaking 4-5 hours into their shift. Small/dusty environments. No cell phones service or windows.

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Well the current leader is a doctor so it makes no difference. Put a real CEO or investor in there and they’ll see where the breakdown is. Too many people delegating duties to the same people. Cut middle mngmt and you will see a huge improvement.

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People that show up daily, never call out and perform great may get a little purple star once every couple of years and that’s if a patient writes something nice about the office as a whole or if a co-worker submits something nice about you, which doesn’t happen. Otherwise nothing happens. But if you slack off, come and go as you choose, flirt with the doctor, barely work but act busy, keep your desk messy to look busy, flip your hair around a lot, tell the doctor all about your personal sob stories then he feels bad for you...well then you are treated great. So there’s your heads up corporate America. Don’t work too hard!

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As soon as they hear the doctor I work for, they immediately apologixe . that says it all

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No support from regional managers. They hardly ever show up to the office. Very poor training and communication. Staff are left to just figure it out on their own. Non licensed staff performing a lot of tasks that licensed staff should be.

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17.00 per hour

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Benefits were pretty good

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Great hours

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Fast paced all the time. They don’t allow OT so in order to make sure you get your work done most days you have to scarf your lunch down in a few minutes and get back to work. OR...you clock out to make corporate think you had a lunch but then you really eat standing up at your desk.

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Very laid back no real rhyme or reason.

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