Clinical Supervisors at Baylor Health Care System give their company a 3.5 out of 5.0, while the average rating for Baylor Health Care System is 4.2, making them 18% less happy than every other employee at Baylor Health Care System and 6% less happy than every other Clinical Supervisor on CareerBliss - the happiest Clinical Supervisors work for Devereux Foundation.
What do you like about working at Baylor Health Care System?
"I like the opportunity for growth, the education reimbursement plan and the overall reputation of the company."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"Ask specific questions about the job you are intevering for. Be direct and question why the last person left the job you are applying for"
What don't you like about working at Baylor Health Care System?
"I don't feel like there has been adequate explanation or support given to me for tasks assigned to me. It is assumed that I came on board immediatley knowing what to do. I am put off when I ask for assistance on trying to understand what is expected of me. My immediate manager was very overwhelmed with his position when I started and therefore has failed to offer me the opportunity to know the companies culture, has not advised me of all job duties expected of me until after something isn't done. I've been asked by my employees questions that I do not have the answers to nor do I know who to go to for the answer. My manager does not answer telephone calls or emails and I feel abandoned most of the time. I feel that the job was misrepresented. I asked in the interview if there were any attendance issues and was flat out told no and from day 1 I was constantly battling with these issues. I was told I woudl have an assistant at both work locations and they did not and do not plan to do that now. I take extreme pride in my work and do whatever is necessary to do an excellent job, but when I do not know what my job is, how can I be expected to do an excellent job"
What suggestions do you have for management?
"Take the time to better aclimate a new staff member into the clnic. To ensure that the comfort level or at least the understanding of what is expected of them is there."
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