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Depends on if your department is organized (union).
Majority of the old Oakwood Healthcare Facilities (Oakwood Dearbor, Heritage-Taylor, South Shore-Trenton) have bargaining unions that negotiated a 2-3 year contract guaranteeing a raise each year!
Non-union employees are at the mercy of the Beaumont Health System.

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Interviewed with floor manager & nursing assistant. Got called back to come in to shadow for 2 hours to see if the unit was a fit for me. 2 hours went quick. Made beds and changed briefs. Was told to wait to hear back and not to quit my current job which is also a beaumont company, but to wait on a call back. A month later, no call back. Called manager interviewer left message. Nothing. Called HR talked and they sais they would check on it and call me back. No word yet. On other hand a coworker went in to interview on another floor and everything went smoothly. Was offered the job on the spot. Asked to setup to come in and shadow. Got orientation dates to start. Went great for her. Same company, different manager and unit. Every unit and manager runs things differently. 4 of my coworkers, that work there love it there & thats why I applied. Thought it would be a smooth transfer like it was for them. Not! I'll keep applying until I get a position

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Lack of support from management unless you are a brown nose.Not actually wanting to see you succeed unless there like you.

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Currently going through a restructure, but sick days are combined with PTO, if you call in sick hours are deducted from your PTO bank.

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Depends on what department your in. Some Nurses and Respiratory Therapists work 3-12 hour shifts a week. Others chose to work 4-10 hour shifts a week. Not to mention being on call, which is usually for about 12 hours.
However a general guideline for typical 8 hour shifts: These are variable, and how schedules are set up in the OR, for support staff.
1st shift: 7am - 3:30 pm
2nd shift 3pm- 11:30 pm
3rd shift 11pm- 7:30 am

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Be prepared. You will be interviewed by several people, including HR, management and other staff.

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4 steps. It took about a month to get fully hired.

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I think the overall culture was fair! We as a people haven't brought closure to racism and I think there is still some people need to get on board!

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Both full-time and part-time employees are eligible for benefits. It includes Health, Vision, Dental and Life. There are even other optional ones such as insurance for pets and legal aspects.

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Drug test is required for hiring

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