My experience with FMC (Florida medical center) was very interesting and helpful because it was my first work in Florida. Usually I started my work from the computer to print orders for blood drawing. Professionally, it took me about 6 month to be familiar with details of my new work. My manager and co-worker were very helpful and ready to answer any questions. The hardest part of the job was night shift. The most enjoyable part is communication with my friends and hollydays
Awful, students & teachers treated like second-class citizens- terrible wages & no chance for advancement.
Adjunct Professor (Current Employee) – Pembroke Pines, FL – February 24, 2018
If administration /managrment stopped writing fake reviews and actually did their jobs, maybe the school would run properly. BC is ripping off its students & teachers. Adjunct profs like myself can't even come close to breaking $20,000 a year, students come in w/poor reading & writing skills & lack critical thinking. BC creates a culture of failure for both students & teachers. I wouldn't work there or send my kids to such a sub-par college; all they care about is enriching themselves at the expense of students & teachers. They should be ashamed & they will be EXPOSED.