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Absolutely DREADED the thought of going to work every day. Was thrown UNDER the bus almost daily by the same Dr and felt very "ganged up on". Having to take the fall for things I never did. Felt as if I was under a microscope and if the Dr could not find something to nit pick about they would go running to the office and make things up.

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PTO was available but using it usually left the hospital critically understaffed compromising patient care.

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Get everything in writing! They will tell you everything you want to hear to get you in the door and never follow through. If you are interviewing for a management position, look elsewhere. No support from upper management at all.

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Complete lack of work/life balance.

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My interview was ridiculous. I had a phone interview as well as an in person interview and they had told me that they would call to let me know if I got the job or not by the following Monday. When Monday came around no one called me, so I called them left 2 voicemails, one email, and called the hospital to talk to them, and they told me they would call me back. Such a lack of professionalism in Stone Oak, San Antonio. I am never applying to this company again.

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You should treasure people who works there for more than 5yrs and up. It means they still have high hopes that someday you will find time to talk to them and know them as a person not just a number. Am referring to Associates and not Managers. You send them to trainings for advancement and not just hire new people with commas on their names e.g. masters, doctorate or PhD who pretend they know..but not!

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All employee animals here are super aggressive and should be left at home, causes lots of stress to the staff and patients that are hospitalized there. Even have had space issues for paying clients/patients because employee's animals are in the way.

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Anywhere between 8-10 hrs a day, and MAYBE a lunch.

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Normal interview questions

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