A recent video put out by corporate says that a survey of company employees showed that only 42% of our company employees trust decisions made by upper management. In other words, 58% do NOT. I honestly think they jacked up that 42% too.
Hmmm... I wonder why there's a lack of trust.
Here's some possible reasons:
The company has money for remodeling but our technician hours are at a bare minimum.
The company has money for transfer coupons but our technician hours are at a bare minimum.
The company has money to pay for auditors to run around checking our expensive waiting rooms but our technician hours are at a bare minimum.
The company has money for all these outlays but has yet to discuss reinstating our retirement funding that was cut in half a few years ago.
The company expects the pharmacists to increase sales and script count without giving us any kind of budget or training on how to increase sales and script count.
The company makes changes to the software, policies, pharmacy layout, etc. without consulting any pharmacists for input.
The company adds new procedures (Quake-N-Zap, etc.) without any increase in technician hours.