Pros: occasional free lunch sponsored by management, potlucks in our depts.
Cons: pay for parking, reassigned to different departments sometimes
When I was focused on becoming a nurse, working a Regions was the best environment to be in working with the nurses and patients. A typical shift started out with our morning huddle to find out about any events happening at the hospital that HR or upper management might be hosting. In addition to any information that the head nurse needed to inform the nurses and patient care assistants. I was usually responsible for assisting 2-3 nurses with their 4-5 patients. I was responsible for taking vital signs, and accommodating to the request of the patients. It was a great experience to strategize with the other PCA's and nurses to make sure that the patients were cared for, and everyone was taken care of.