Pros: you can get hired quick and easy
Cons: it will make you hate your job and you will be miserable
This place is like working in hell. I have never experienced such an unfriendly, corrupt dictatorship they call management in my life. They tell you exactly what you want to hear to get you to take the job and then after you are in they change it all on you. Expect the job to include on call, holidays, weekends, and long hours not to mention beating on your car about 1200 miles a month. They can't hold employees because of the conditions so the turnover is high and the work load is pushed on the nurses that are there. You will be expected to be a case manager, a admit nurse, an aid, and an LPN. They say you are only one upon hire other but then they make you work beneath your licensure and perform other duties. I wouldn't apply here if it was my last option. I have been a nurse a long time and I have never been treated so poorly in my life. I left before a year. I could not deal with it anymore. It affects your personal life ,family life, and your mental state. The nurses are all unhappy and often you will see them crying, upset, and frustrated.