Great people to work with.
Dialysis Production Operator (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – January 15, 2016
Great people to work with; I absolutely LOVED my crew, work week is three and a half on - three and a half off (three 12 hour shifts, one 6 hour shift), advancement only happens by being one of the boss's friends, short breaks (mostly dependent on work location), crowded parking, pay is alright (on graveyard) but gets cut hard when using company benefits, have to have PTO for every holiday (basically Christmas and the August shutdown) and have to schedule time off at least a month in advance (also have to have PTO to cover it), overtime on D shift is almost impossible to get, and switching shifts requires being put on a waiting list that is pretty long.
Weekend to work week schedule, great people to work with, fast PTO and sick leave accural
Advancement is super hard, big boss hovers almost constantly, short breaks, no rotation on cart loading, overly obvious favoritism, no paid holidays or time off