You go through your very busy, stressful day, often under-staffed, and waiting for "the other shoe to drop." Management is sketchy, seldom available, and seemingly bi-polar. One day you get kuddos, the next you get a loud dressing down on the treatment floor, in front of staff and patients, and it matters not that you may be innocent of the charges at hand. There is major, in your face, discrimination against anyone who is not one of the managers "favorites." There is no 401 k match, raises are few and far between, staff is treated poorly. There is also favoritism shown towards patients, which is painful to watch. Although the staff is a group of good and decent people to work with, it is not a nice place to work.
Nice patients (for the most part), nice co-workers
unprofessional management, small-no raises, no 401k match