Be Well... Oh, Well
Just really fucking annoying. We have quite a few college kids who work like 1 or 2 shifts a week, sometimes 3-4 hour shifts because they all have super super limited availability.
Every time I’m scheduled with one of them they call out.
We tried talking to our store manager but there’s some favoritism, and we were met with “don’t we want whatever help we can get?” due to being short staffed.
No. Not if that “help” is only scheduled a few hours a week and can’t even show up, it just throws off our workflow and expectations for the day. I’m also almost always the one who ends up staying late to cover (this is also partially on me, working to get better at setting boundaries).
Do y’all have staff like this?
y’all i did it… i went from rxom to part-part time sr. tech and finally promoted myself to customer! the amount of stress that immediately went away by just quitting altogether is insane lol. i thought i’d be able to take on a couple nights per week to help but this shithole still managed to run up my blood pressure on those 5 hours shifts
Hello, i’m hoping to find out who is above your district manager and how to contact them. My store is having issues with our store manager not putting schedules out in a timely fashion, and only doing the coming week, not 3 weeks. We can’t complain to our district manager because they are buddy buddy with my SM and as such, any complaints get swept under the rug without any actions taken. So is there someone above the DM or an alternative route to take?
a butt ton of people showed up unexpectedly this weekend. Young, rude people, may I add. there was another event going on in town. so we were packed. the cops came multiple times to get people out of the parking lot bc they were loitering. People were revving engines and blaring music all night long. As a bonus, our bathrooms were closed. So I got insulted, talked down to and called a nasty name. My anxiety levels were sky high. I hope to God they're gone by tomorrow. I'm pooped.
Long story short, my RXM offered me sr. tech promotion if I can get us to the top of the district in dVARs. I know the whole process is annoying (which is why nobody wants to do it) and I don’t like them either but nobody else in the district is pushing them either so I don’t think it should be too difficult.
How can I improve adoption among staff and patients? One thing I’ve been doing every night at closing and in the morning the next day is going through the portal and sending the VAR to everyone that hasn’t filled it out already. To make it easier on us I also printed out the NPIs of our RXM/staff RPh and the protocol prescriber in my state and taped them to the monitors. Any other strategies?