High employee turnover medical employ...

High employee turnover medical employers to avoid

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Delaney

Vienna, WV

#1 Sep 23, 2013
I'm looking for work as a physician assistant or medical secretary. Are there any in the Huntington area that have high employee turnover that I should avoid? I'm looking for a long term full time position.
Just wondering

Chesapeake, OH

#2 Sep 23, 2013
There is a vast difference between a medical secretary and a physicians assistant. Where do u fall in those categories

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#3 Sep 23, 2013
Neither
skoolin

Milton, WV

#4 Sep 23, 2013
Lmfao!!! Apparently you don't know what a physicians Asst is. That's like saying, "ill work for $80,000/year or &20,000/year. Either is fine with me."
Delaney

Export, PA

#5 Sep 24, 2013
Just wondering wrote:
There is a vast difference between a medical secretary and a physicians assistant. Where do u fall in those categories
Thank you for the reply.

My apologies lol. I should have clarified that myself and my husband will be coming back to the area around Christmas. He's currently a physicians assistant for a hospital group and I'm a medical secretary for a private practice.

We've both been employed at outstanding places and don't want to end up working somewhere where there's high employee turnover. Right now we're getting ideas and will research the area before we submit any resumes.
try linkedin

Buffalo, NY

#6 Sep 24, 2013
Delaney wrote:
I'm looking for work as a physician assistant or medical secretary. Are there any in the Huntington area that have high employee turnover that I should avoid? I'm looking for a long term full time position.
I know of one place that has a crazy amount of turnover mainly because the doctors treat their very own staff as well as the company employees like total peons.

I am sure some of you reading this know who it is too. No one will say a thing to the doctors because they are afraid of them I guess and to be honest, I doubt the doctors give a darn about what the executives would say to them anyways. It is like there is always posturing and a weird power struggle going on all the time between them and regardless of what someone may tell you, they really DO NOT HAVE YOUR BACK. When someone telly you they have your back, that is a secret code phrase for "I am not going to stand up for you." Remember that. I hope the person who told me this reads this post <3

People can go to HR to try to get issues resolved and it is a huge waste of time because all it seems like is they are just there to collect a check and make sure they stay on everyones good side. Like I said, it is just weird.

I do not really care about the affairs that were going on when I was there, I just wanted to have a feeling of security with my job. I never really felt it. People were always being catty with each other and jockeying to stay in good graces with whatever doctor was in a poopy mood that day.

I worked there for a long time and left a few months ago. I am glad to be away from the drama.

I will take the high road and not name the place as I still have some dear friends who work there...a few who would have my back unlike someone else told me.

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