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Extremely difficult work environment
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) –  Helena, MTJuly 29, 2015
Mid level and high level management were extremely difficult to work with and would not listen to the concerns or needs of the staff. There were some staff that I worked with on a day to day basis that helped to make the work environment a little better, but overall the people that Shodair employed were extremely under qualified and incompetent.
Pros
Decent pay
Cons
No breaks at all. Never enough staff to have breaks
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good work, lousy management and pay. not a magnet hospital.
registered nurse (Former Employee) –  Helena montanaAugust 24, 2012
Acute unit:
Report is limited, helps to have previous knowledge of each patient. Chaotic, tumultuous environment. Nurses leaving shifts in tears.. No retention / longevity incentives. No assistance for relocation. Nurse manager criticizes others, including md. Low salaries.
Learned history of shodair and their theory for treatment.
Pros
free healthy meals and snacks
Cons
young inexperienced nurses, texting at work...really stretches your patience and tolerance
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The acute unit is a great place for children to go at first to start receiving the help they need.ng the
Mental Health Technician (Former Employee) –  Helena, MTMarch 22, 2012
Provides direct care to children concerning hygiene, safety, meal supervision, monitor in school, interaction with other children and activities on and off the unit, under the supervision of LPN/RN. Uses patient diagnosis/problems/needs and interdisciplinary team treatment plan to guide care for each child in an individualized manner. Serves as a role model to teach manners, safe ways to express feelings, appropriate behavior and living skills. Helps monitor and maintain a safe milieu and utilizes therapeutic communication skills.
Pros
got a free meal and worked with great kids.
Cons
did not take breaks.
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Great job security with a feeling that you're doing good for the community
Helena, MT (Former Employee) –  Mental Health TechnicianNovember 4, 2011
Great job security with a feeling that you're doing good for the community
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Comment – June 21, 2013

If working there was so good, then why are you a former employee?

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