- Mercy01.Mar 2018
Suggestions for improvement
- Before any changes please talk to the people and workers involved.
Bathrooms have mold in them.
The company was investigated and threatened by Government to comply with Medicaid and Medicare policies or lose their contract, due to reports of mistreating patients. Many people were fired all the way to the CEO. It was obvious they had been out of compliance for many years, as it took them a few months to get back in compliance. These efforts cost the company a lot of money. I was fired during this time for reporting to work, when I had not been symptom free from illness for at least 24 hours and being ready to work by start of shift. They expect you to click in 7 min. before your shift and have everything done and ready to work by shift start (walk to the other end of the building, bathroom, taking off coat, putting purse away, beaming up the computer, opening & logging into 5+ programs, have headset on, etc.). I came in 30 minutes early, and got my stuff done, but sometimes missed the clocking in part within that 7 minutes. Even though I was early, I was late, for not getting back to the time clock by shift time. This counted against my attendance. It was easy to get fired during your probationary period, as you are trying to figure out how to make it all work.