If you want to be underpaid, work tons of overtime for free, then be told continuously that they are "working on your check and can't figure out what the problem is" until they owe months worth of checks and you must sue for your money then try it out. You will find that most of the people you are working with are new because staff turnover is about every one to three months for ALL the managers and many staff. I actually sat in a meeting while the director begged us to give money for "employees who had lost their homes" in New York during late 2012. I had not been paid and had worked for almost 2 months at the time. I had no money for Christmas at all. I developed a severe life-threatening pneumonia in late December, wound up in the hospital, and spent months on oxygen and antibiotics. I have been nursing for more than 20 years and never was sick before working there. Nobody, not the director or nurse manager ever called to ask about me. That is the kind of place it is. I worked at Grand Blanc Rehab (healthbridge) from Oct 2012 to Jan 2013. And oh yes, many other employees had similar problems. And yes I am during them for my pay.