Pros: Hardworking CNAs
Cons: Management is horrible, low pay, will ask you to work CONSTANTLY
The work wasn't hard, the aides were hard working and cooperative (except 1) RN supervisor was introduced to me as "Hitler" she lived up to that nane. Not HR, DON, administrator would address her horrible behavior. Continued to let her bully&harrass me.
I put in for PRN to get away from her, had to call in a week later to be told it was denied- so I quit. That same day they posted their ad on indeed for FT lpns with a sign on bonus $2500. .
Believe the rep. You hear about them