You are putting your Nursing license on the line, working here!!
Occupational Health Nurse (Former Employee) – Kentucky – June 28, 2016
As previously stated there is no structured training, and the training that is given is by staff who feel "They know everything, and they give you a half as training due to their own insercuties". In this position you are both Salary & Union which in turn makes your job, some what uncomfortable to a fault . If you are the type of Nurse who believes in Truly giving the patient/employee the best possible health care available in this type of setting RUN, RUN,. The care that is given is what the company dictates, and in most situations is not what you as a medical professional knows to be best. So if you are a nurse who is willing to risk your license to satisfy a companies " low on the job injuries or days missed due to work injury " , & you are willing to risk your license to meet a companies scores, Than by all means this is the job for you - That is until your sitting with your Right hand raised, Repeating : I swear to tell the truth and Nothing but the Truth! !!
Schedule, pd. holidays, wkend off
poor training, lack of- There's no U in team, poor & unhealthy working conditions. Your medical knowledge means Nothing.