Cons: working shorthanded, horrible compensation, the interview and the job are actually two different pictures and what you're promised, they're too many cons i don't know where to start
For a healthcare organization who prides itself on health and wellness, the work/life balance is so disrespectful it's hard to describe.
I've never worked for any place where employees were driven into the ground by working such long ridiculous hours.
Work in horrible conditions loud noise, not enough space/ rude gossiping coworkers and a workload that – more... requires at least another five people to get the job done and is now done by just a few.
Management pacifies employees with stupid solutions to obvious problems.
Working shorthanded all the time and being expected to actually get the work done of many is an insult.
I work with people who actually behave like gossiping rude teenagers.
So many eyes watching when you come and go that you feel like a prisoner.
Funny how nobody watches when you're staying beyond the time you're supposed to be off. – less