Pros: 3 day work week, free medical care at the hospital, decent benefits package, amazing supervisors/admins
Cons: holds past your shift time, long application process, state of emergency mandates
"Give 'em the pickle"...On your first day of orientation you will watch the movie and laugh at that one. This hospital is in the heart of Elizabeth and if you want to learn, this is the place to do it. I had great support while I was training and my managers were awesome. The application process was a bit of a circus but it was well worth it. Pay was probably about average but the security of being hospital-based was very relieving. In my department, almost everyone was team-oriented. Shifts were staggered and work divided up as fairly as possible. There were times when you were kept past your shift but normally it was offered to whomever would 'like' to stay vs. being mandated. Scheduling was fair and focused and it was almost always about caring for the employee as well as the patient. There was not a single day where I didn't want to go to work.