Pros: holidays are paid double, discounted sick visits for employe and household
Cons: no lunch breaks, barely get restroom breaks
Nextcare Urgent Care is and ok place to work. They provide full time employes ( 32 hrs or more per week) with benefits such as medical, dental, vision and so on.
At first the position is ok working 12 hr shifts 2 days per week and a 6 hr shift on fridays and every other weekend. When you have children that still depends on you if gets hard. They are – more... open 8-8pm which makes you 12 hr shifts more like 12.5 shifts or longer because you have to arrive 30 mins prior to your shift to get ready and set your work station. During flu season it gets tough because there has been times I have stayed at work until 11pm due to patient flow and long wait times. Most of the time there is only one person at the front desk working and that is YOU. No lunch break you eat when you can during you work days.
Co workers are ok certain clinics ( 5 in my area) make up there own rules such as what injuries they will see, what physicals they will and not perform. Things like that makes me mad because we are not our own individual clinic we are based out of Arizona and the rules are supposed to be the same across the boarder.
Also there are no limits as to when the last patient is to be seen so basically it could be 7:59pm ( yes one minute until close) and if 3 people walk through the door we HAVE to see them!!!!
Over all the company is ok to work for...Ive been there for one year and my experience with the company has not been the best but hasnt been bad either. The pay is good for me ( way above minimum wage), its local and my manager is very very good towards his employees. I have a family and the hours are not working for me anymore. – less