It has probably become better...
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – May 24, 2017
after I left. The Nursing Union was voted in and the place went from being a very slippery place to work, to having a strong union mandating strict protocols. Before that, any complaint by a manager or a physician could quickly jeopardize your job in a blink. Now any complaints have to go through a formal review, and instead of getting into a complicated and potentially legal dispute the company will, if anything, have the nurse enroll in a paid, on site, retraining class instead of a formal write up. This makes one's job security far greater than it ever was, and this place was notorious for running staff off before the Union got voted in.
Other than that, it is a typical city hospital- every minute of every hour is busy, and you will probably stay over two hours daily catching up on charting.
Very busy, long hours.