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What were my skills in long term care and SNF? Despite being an administrator for SNF in the past lack of "grunt work", would I be able to adapt? Did I have any trouble with transportation to work? Explain to me how your skills fit the job you are applying for.

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For such a large corporation, the benefits were terrible.

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Short and sweet

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If you're applying for a PCT position, keep away unless you're planning on using them to pay for further education.
It's an organization that requires you to do skills most hospitals ONLY allow RNs to perform, at CNA pay...

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Can you use pto as soon as it accumulates?

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Pay your PCTs a liveable wage.
And staff the hospital so each patient gets the care they deserve.
You lose a lot of good people because of low pay and their stress levels from being overworked and underpaid.
It's shameful that a billion dollar corporation is paying such a low wage and can't afford(ha) to staff more techs.

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Yes the CNAs that I worked with could work as many days as they wanted.

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I left because of the low pay.
I was a pct, performing procedures that most hospitals only let RNs perform,
and yet the pay was under $13/hr.

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Annually. 3% maximum increase.

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