Pros: make your own schedule, 12 hour days
Cons: coworkers are not friendly, cleaniness of the place is horrible
the morale is low, the managers and people high up of course, have nothing good to say about the job, they are friendly, caring, and will tell you about how great the company is, how much this place strives on team work and how great it is during orientation. HOWEVER, my first day on the floor, I was told nothing but how horrible every employee is, I learned more about the other employees than I did about the job, they talked bad about the other new people that started when I did. The place is dirty, the CNAS are the ones responsible for cleaning the rooms after a patient is discharged, with bleach wipes....heaven forbid there is a lazy CNA on that day... the rules and way of doing things are not regulated, one CNA told me to clean patients with wipes, the other uses soap and water. The RNS are rude, and mean to the CNAS (of course this is not uncommon but they don't even answer your questions about patients) it is very uninviting, uncomfortable place to be, everyone is negative, they worked short staffed both days I was on the floor. RNS do not lift a finger to help the cnas with the patients and they give excuses as to why they cant. Most workers here are lazy, patients are not repositioned, as they should be, they are mostly bed rest patients. I only worked here a week.