Don't risk your license in this death trap of a job.
Pros: the staff remain great friends, even after we all quit.
Cons: poor management, disconnected hr who don't know what they are doing, revolving door of employees and dons, horrible pay, paper charting, cameras everywhere except the bathroom
This is not an equal opportunity employer. The place has many many complaints of nepotism filed against them. The coworkers are great, but I've had patients wake up and think they were in a foreign country. They hire family and friends first and give them staffing and shift priority, and pay no attention to seniority whatsoever. The only thing good and the only reason anyone ever stayed was because the staff all became friends to cope with the terrible work environment and treatment. The management discusses employees with other employees, including personal details and private information. The management is extremely bias and unfair and will give preference to contingent staff for scheduling. They will take every advantage of using you every chance that they can for all the overtime they need for example, but you will never be given consideration for scheduling you off for a personal need. The intake department will take any medically compromised patient that the facility isn't equipped to handle. The rounds aren't done by the staff. The benefits are very expensive and the coverage is terrible. Staff and patients get hurt and if you are being assaulted, there is little code assistance at times.