Poor management and no opportunity for advancement
Inventory Control Specialist (Former Employee) – Inventory Management – May 29, 2019
One of the most poorly managed workplaces I've been in. Little to no opportunity for growth within departments you start in. Coworkers and benefits are what really shine within this place. Outside of that, poor standards and trumped up management really take this place down a notch. New projects are started in departments all the time, insane amounts of money spent on bringing outside contractors to help develop said projects but projects are never actually implemented in whole or are left "half" constructed. This wouldn't be so bad if management didn't then complain and blame staff for not implementing or doing well. Half completed projects often end up with complete standards rework, taking up weeks or months of time to be implemented only to realize they don't work and be reverted. Management does not care about the quality or consistency of work as long as no complaints are filed. ONLY when complaints are filed do they use SCCA standards to back up their claims of poor performance from employees. Policies that don't make sense reign supreme. Rigid and unadabtable management will stifle growth or positive changes no matter how small or simple. Favortisim plays a large key as to how well your treated/tolerated within the department. Hardest workers who don't get along with management will rarely be supported. Overall morale and attitude towards work by those involved is best described as hopeless. Workload increases are sudden and unannounced even when management has prior knowledge. There is no actual coverage system so you must ask fellow coworkers in advance for propermore... coverage. Though sick days are in place, management presses for not using them even at risk to patients and coworkers.less
benefits and great coworkers
management, favortisim, HR being useless, and lack of growth
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Patient/Infusion Services Representative (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – July 2, 2019
I very much enjoyed working with patients and nurses at SCCA. The management team was not at all easy to work with and needed courses on dealing with the human element in the workforce. As long as your job was done well management was not a problem.
Patient Care Coordinator I (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – June 7, 2019
I loved working at SCCA, I had great structure, leadership was awesome, and the department I was in cared about their employees. They recognized our hard work and management did something about it. I would definitely refer anyone to them.