Pros: you can be off during the week if you needed to go to school, providing you supervisor approved.
Cons: if we even got a break, it was short, very hard to leave campus, stuck in a hospital 10 hrs a day minimum, the hierarchy, it's not what you know it's who you know
A typical day at work, was constantly worrying what we were going to be in trouble for that day.
I learned how to be professional in dealing with certain situations that weren't to my liking.
The management is terrible. In the 3 yrs I worked there we went through 3 managers and 3 supervisors, and when they decide to come in the dept, it's very rare – more... to hear positive feedback. It seems all they have time to do is have meetings, and do audits...
Co workers were good.. We mostly all have the same personality so it was easy to get along with them
Hardest part of my job was dealing with the stress of just coming into work.. You never know when you're going to have a meeting with management. And when you got in trouble it was from 2 or 3 months ago where you couldn't remember why you did what you did because it had been so long.
The most enjoyable part is interacting with each other the employees were super nice there. And the patients were nice too. If you wanted to take a break or get away for a little bit you could go talk to a patient and make them feel better. It was rewarding in the sense that you knew they felt better when you left the room. – less