Pros: loved my other coworkers
At first, I loved this place of employment. I came in as a contract employee, and I helped my coworkers with a transition from one software system to another. I really enjoyed that part of my job. I loved the people I worked with. I applied for a full time job at PeaceHealth, doing the exact same job. I got the job, and that's when it all changed.
My family lived a few hours away, so I had to stay in Longview for the week and then go home. I lived in hotels and sometimes, my car, if I could not afford the hotel. Management knew, but chose to ignore. That was ok, my choice. However, I got into a mild disagreement with a tech, and management made my tenure at PeaceHealth intolerable. Then, started to tell me I wasn't following protocol, even though they had seven months to correct my work, but no a soul bothered to train and correct during that time.
I suspect that, since I have a great deal of experience, they did not want to pay for that experience, so, the reason for the inexplicable turn in my fortune from being a great employee to not so much, even though I did not change anything.
It is also laughable that my manager told me I lacked compassion, when she knew I was living out of my car, but did nothing to help.