The pay and benefits are good for a reason. They lure in employees with great packages including paid time off, low premiums, great healthcare, etc.
What they don't tell you is as a nurse you'll have 7+ patients a shift, plus admissions. Your CNA will most likely have 14 patients. And 90% of the patients require wound care, or other special attention. This wouldn't be so bad, if you didn't have to chart 100% of your work on paper charts.
The management has poor retention, and the nursing staff lacks motivation and patient care ability.