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WOMAN IN HEALTHCARE SECTOR SAYS SENIOR STAFFS ARE TYPICALLY MEAN TO NEW STAFF

Dear OP of this story, same in Private Healthcare.

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Unfortunately, it is the same in private healthcare (hospitals and clinics).

Seniors will never think about how they have been greenhorns before, having made the same mistakes and asked the same silly questions.

If you meet a nice senior or mentor at the workplace, show that you are a proactive learner and be appreciative for their guidance on top of their own duties.

If you meet those that are unwilling to train you, shows you attitude and tells you off, you need to toughen up yourself and tell yourself that your self-worth is not determined by what others comment about you.

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You are enough. You are worth more than what others say. Work harder, study your notes and note down what you learn at work daily and make an effort to remember what you have been taught, show them your eagerness to learn and show them what you are capable of when you put in effort.

Be clear in your communication in the sense that you provide all the necessary information in order for your senior to check and provide you with an answer. They hate it when it’s generic especially when the case may not be the same for every patient or procedure.

Who knows, you may outshine them one day and become their reporting manager? This can happen in private specialist clinics, if you consider switching over from the public healthcare industry.

To all the lazy and/or mean seniors out there, Fengshui changes and every dog has its day.

Kthxbye.

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