This was a PRN medical staffing agency. I was a recruiter that handle CNA's, and RN's. As soon as I got to worked, I went therough all the applications that came through the night before and did an extensive phone screen to make sure they understood completely about the position, the salary, and that it was not permanent. I would then send them to the staffer who would approve the candidate and decide to work with them or not. With this company I did not learn that much. I had already been proficient with the systems they used and the job posting sites. The management was very unprofessional and spoke to us, the employees, about drugs and other things. All of the co-workers were friends outside of work, and had known each other for years. They were not professional, and they were waiting for another friend to apply for the position that I had been hired to fill. The hardest part about the job was trying to work the systems the way they used them so that I was on the same page as them but was never told or shown how they wanted things done after asking over and over for guidance. They would also yell at me in front of everyone if a mistake was made, yet they never showed ame the correct way to do it. The most enjoyable part of the job was deciding that it was not a good fit and leaving. I was miserable and I needed to find the right company that I fit in with.
the employees, the management, the overall dread of having to wake up and go to a job that I did not want to be at.