In less than a year I witnessed, 1 CEO, 2 Director of Business, 4 clinical liaisons, 2 admissions clerks, 1 CNO, 3 Nurse leaders, 1 infectious disease nurse, 2 HR managers, and countless other nurses and staff "quit". It was rumored that 98% of those did not quit on their own, but was told if they left immediately they would receive a severance package. The turn over rate is insane because corporate is never satisfied. Yes the pay is wonderful, but there is no job security. Corporate thinks that the referring hospitals don't care about the turn over of employees, but it's one of the biggest problems with them. People think that they aren't going to be fired (or asked to leave) because they are better than the people they replaced. Your days are numbered especially if you are on an "action plan". That plan was to let you know, you're next...start looking for a job, because they've already started looking for your replacement.
Stress, zero job security, back stabbing, lies, being called for issues even when you are home, and doctors not taking responsibility for patients well being