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Generally I was scheduled for three ten hour shifts and could pick up additional shifts as they became available

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Case loads of our nursing staff vary depending upon multiple factors, including the needs of the people we support and geography. Please contact us for more information about nursing or direct care opportunities in your area and we will be happy to provide you with more information.

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No, you do not have to be a CNA. You do most of the work of a CNA, so if you want to progress through the medical field,this is a pretty decent starting point.

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Unprofessional, yet they tell you to practice what they don't. Management would rather stay in the office than help out at the sites.

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High turnover and management unwilling to fill shifts, but would rather overwork you instead.

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Yes, an e-mail message is sent to all applicants who are not a match for the position they applied for.

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The work force there is diverse

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The pay is slow because they don't care about the staff that basically have to slave to work OT to just make 11 dollars

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Yes. Every other usually or one day of the weekend off.

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