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The department I worked in was filled with great, hardworking people. Everyone acted as a team and encouraged one another. I liked knowing I was helping people. Good place to work.
Flexible hours, great staff
Low pay, no pay increases
As an ICU nurse that has only worked at this facility, I do not have anything to compare it to but this place makes me feel like family. We work well as a team through any situation and we are given a great amount of autonomy over our patient care which has helped me grow as a nurse.
Caring, friendly staff & co-workers. Worse part of job is being under staffed & having to work by myself for 7 of the 12 hrs. The stress d/t being under staffed is a lot worse compared to what it was when I first began there in 2017. A lot has also seemed to have changed since a corporation has taken over.
Sometimes no break, or even time for dinner.
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Typical day-Favoritism, gossip, bullying, and laziness.I learned-That there is so much better out there. Management-Terrible. Never there, plays favorites, does not appreciate you.Workplace culture-All about money, low pay, unappreciative.Hardest part of job-watching fellow employees get away with being subpar at best with no consequences, manager playing "friends" with fellow coworkers, being bullied, the high turnoverThe most enjoyable part of job-Giving my 2 weeks notice.
The doctors are actually nice - although unappreciative, the patients
Pay, managers, co-workers, the overall feel of the place, favoritism, bullying, how lazy co-workers are
Management is terrible, from the Manager, down to supervisor and even Leads, communication sucks, no room for growth. No bonuses whatsoever for COVID work but worthless gifts... over all horrible company IMO, other department staff was awesome though
Staff is nice to each other and try to work together, but the departments are poorly managed and helpful suggestions seldom taken into consideration. Hard workers end up picking up slack where others leave off. High turnover rate. HR/administration can be nasty to employees and unnecessarily rude, seem to be on a power trip. There is no real collaboration between departments, which could help to solve some issues.Would be an excellent place to work/retire if these things changed.
Good pay and medical benefits, medical assistance available, nice workers
Managed poorly, administration does not seem to care about the employees
At first, the job was great. The nursing staff was very helpful and friendly. The nurse to patio ratio was 1:5 and assignments were properly assigned based on nurse skill level. Management changed and it became more about the money than the staff or patient care quality.
Work environment is extremely unpredictable and often time dangerous. The staff that I worked with did not support other employees which lead to a lot of miscommunication and hostility. I ultimately chose to leave the job due to the stress level and poor work/life balance. At the end of many shifts, I would go sit in my car on the verge of tears. Days off were unproductive as you are so tired from working the 12 hour shifts prior. High turnover and poor staffing. Mandatory overtime requires employees to pick up extra shifts which can cause them to work 60+ hours a week. Overall, I would not recommend this job to anyone. If you are a student pursuing a career in the psych field, there are many opportunities in the area that are safer and less stressful than working in acute care.
Experience in the field
Dangerous, stressful, lack of staff
Managers are not helpful and do not value workers time. Never respond in a timely manner or respond at all. Coworkers help on occasions and sit in groups and exclude certain people. Never thanked or appreciated always expected to go above and beyond and that’s still not good enough for them.
No breaks, no appreciation, no free lunches or snacks during shifts
This is one of the best jobs I've had. I you have never worked in a hospital environment before it can be really intimidating but they're really patient.
Benefits and Advancement
No real O.T. Pay