Lack of training or mentoring, constant change can be difficult
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – April 16, 2018
In a nutshell, there are many pleasant, well-intentioned and competent people working in an organization that is highly political, inefficient and stressful as they struggle with being understaffed, overworked and working in densely packed office space. The higher echelons of management are constantly in flux and there is a disparity between the values and the reality of organizational culture. One's work experience could depend on the department and supervisors involved. Turnover happens so fast it can make your head spin, although some employees manage to survive for years but a certain mentality is required, as with most corporate entities. It remains to be seen if this healthcare organization can catch up and survive the many challenges facing it in this competitive environment.
There is good and bad, ask lots of questions when interviewing.
stressful and lack of training for new employees, orientation is flimsy