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Travel RN (Former Employee), Eastern Montana Veteran's HomeDecember 14, 2013
Pros: free dinner for night shift
Cons: no bnenfits, low pay, unpleasant housing, bad management
They have recorded report. If there's a question with something the charge nurse said when she recorded it, she refers you to someone else. There was no education/CEU provided. There was minimal orientation to routine but not to residents' diseases nor to where supplies are stored. Management operates via favoritism without investigating allegations – more... of erroneous acts. All night shift personnel are travelers, staff takes the day shifts. Other travelers are generally friendly, suffer together but even with travelers, there are certain favorites whose word is gospel there. Be careful to report to several others every move you make. Day shift nurses are unhappy about something to do with their work conditions. I didn't get much info about that. One resident liked to sit up w/coffee early and watch day shift arrive, called it counting grouches. Hardest part of the job was figuring out where supplies were, what was every resident's disease, and being pleasant to the favorite. Management stayed away from actual nursing aside from an email or staff meeting. They really did not know much about night shift. The most enjoyable part of the job was coworkers in general. – less
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Satisfying
CNA (Former Employee), Glendive, MTSeptember 23, 2013
I would toilet, bath, dress, and feed my residence. Transferring them and assisting in exercises.
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Great people to work with
staff member (Current Employee), Glendive, MontanaMay 7, 2013
After leaving the Midwest and all its problems (crime, layoffs, unemployment, high taxes) we have found Glendive Medical Center to be a great employer. The core values of respect, integrity, compassion and excellence are evident. The community is generous and the staff are conscientious. Small town life, if that's what you are looking for, can be found – more... in Glendive, Montana. – less
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GMC - Great Place to work and live
Admin/Clerk (Current Employee), Glendive, MTMarch 9, 2013
Pros: job security, flexible work environment
I enjoy working at Glendive Medical Center because it is not your typical rural health care facility. We are constantly evolving in technology, equipment and culture. I believe that GMC is visionary and focused on what the community and region needs of a medical center in a world of uncertainty with the changes in health care that are to come. I like – more... to work at a place where what I do makes a difference and a direct impact on the organization. I also like to work with and amongst the diversity of specialists that healthcare and GMC offers. Since I’m non-clinical I enjoy sitting in meetings with clinical professionals and hearing their view and perspective. I couldn’t ask for a better place to work; my job has not only introduced me to individuals but also activities and avenues that I can put my talents to work "at work" but also, in making Glendive a better community to live in. – less
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Challenging work environment with little leadership
admin assistant (Current Employee), Glendive, Mt.November 14, 2012
Cons: losing benefits, short censused, bad morale
Employees are not a priority and HR is not an advocate for staff. Jobs are filled without following the proper policy. HR isn't knowledgeable about their jobs with little or no education on benefits and poor leadership that doesn't lead by example. They care more about impressing the CEO than doing the right thing. People are afraid to report issues – more... because the director lacks the ability to handle problems with tact. Retaliation for telling the truth and reporting illegal HR actions. – less

February 22, 2013

As the Director of the Human Resources Department, I am not aware of any situation that proper policy and procedure was or is not followed. We are a resource for employees and managers, alike. Our workforce relies on us to be the experts in compensation and benefits, and employee relations. We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, and retaliation is against the law. My department is very competent, following all State and Federal Laws and Regulations. GMC supports and nurtures a Culture of Respect, Integrity, Compassion, and Excellence that HR lives everyday! I love what I do and I like working at GMC!