If the shoe doesn't fit...
Charge Nurse RN (Former Employee) – Swannanoa, NC – May 15, 2017
The first thing that caught my attention is the low pay. RNs make $19/ hr. The second thing I noticed is their anti-union stance, and yes, they are definitely anti-union, and they even say as much on one of the training films that new hires are obligated to watch.
There was a lot of tension between managers. Some managers had been there for many years and rejected new ideas from new management. There was no sense of teamwork or camaraderie, either between managers, or even between nurses.
The suggestion of implementing evidence-based nursing was rejected.
I would recommend that anyone considering working for this organization reflect on the very real possibility that you, as an RN, may be out there on your own, with coworkers who really don't care about teamwork.
Plus, you may come very close to losing your license at this place.
...if you don't lose it altogether.
Good benefits, including healthcare
Lack of inter-professional collaboration