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Conway Regional Health System Employer Reviews

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they did not treat employee well. pay sucked. management does not care about their employees.
biller (Former Employee), conway arMarch 23, 2015
Pros: nothing
Cons: pay, mangement work enviroment
they do not listen to their employees, they do not provide training needed for you do to your job and do not support you when you tell them what you need to do your job correctly and better, Supervisor is not supportive at all, She will not listen to your concerns, No room for advancement
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Terrible place to work. they will throw you under the bus and screw you over
office (Former Employee), United StatesFebruary 7, 2015
Cons: terrible place to work
They don't treat all employees equal. They will screw you over in a heartbeat...all about the money they can make and pay scale stinks.
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good hours
Multi-Skilled Assistant/Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), Conway, ARApril 10, 2013
flexible shifts
able to go to college and work
very suitable for the college student to work and still focus on school
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Team environment with great unit leadership.
RN (Former Employee), OncologyMarch 26, 2013
Pros: benefits
Cons: difficult to take break
I worked for Conway Regional for a total of 4.5 years and loved it. I am an RN and while the unit I worked on was very hard and fast moving, all nurses worked as a team. Our immediate leadership was great, however the upper management sent down an increased workload that was almost impossible to meet at the time. I understand documentation methods have changed, allowing more time to spend with the patients, which is the reason I became a nurse. The benefits were awesome. For a smaller hospital, money was tight, and we may not have had huge company picnics or increased bonuses, they gave what they could. Upper management also took no raises one year when money was tight. A family atmosphere.
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okay
Dish Washer (Former Employee), Conway, ARNovember 4, 2012
I hated that place cause they made me wash dishes and push heavy food carts to the floors