Pros: many celebrations going on there, family environment, we did potlucks all the time, and really enjoyed helping eachother...a real team atomosphere.
Cons: i can't remember any cons to be perfectly honest.
I worked as a dialysis technician in a hospital setting taking care of CKD patients in the ICUs of the hospital and also serving the chronic unit across the street from the main entrance to the hospital. I monitored patients' statuses after initiating dialysis and reported any changes to the charge RNs on duty. Management was good...we were unionized employees so the pay was pretty good and so were the benefits. My coworkers were fun, thoughtful, appreciative, and respectful - AT ALL TIMES!!!! Very professional, and took pride in what they did for a living, as well as made sure that they were as up-to-date as possible in their duties by pursuing certifications in this field. The hardest part of my job here was leaving. I relocated to another state for work because at that time, I needed to change my cost of living from higher to lower. The most enjoyable part of my job was watching my patients learn about their disease and really try to make as much progress as possible when we were not with them. I also enjoyed being allowed to train staff in this field, since I did have the experience to do so. And I enjoyed knowing that the managers did not tie one person down for this special task, as they had confidence in all of our abilities to train new staff members.