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My suggestion for the CEO is to do away with the mandation policy it is going to create a large turn over of staff. Instead promote a job fair with large banners infront of your buildings, provide refreshments, ask floor staff to meet and greet. First impressions are everything. Pay attention to your strongest floor staff. They are indeed being overworked, it is causing burn out. If you want your charting completed please be sure that there is enough staff. Census does not equal work load, some speciality cases require more bedside attention. Promote one to two well seasoned aides per shift to motivate and check on the charting process and overall floor activity some facilities call them coordinators more charting paperwork etc with a,lighter assignment. Team work is key. I believe in this company I really do. If you want your team to unite the management has to strengthen the bond and listen. A manager is only and truly as good as their team!!!

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I work 12 hours a day. Three days a week plus another 5.5 hours which gives me my 40 hours a week.

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Fast. Ever changing..extremely stressful..no lunch or break

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Get rid of the corporate “leaders” that do nothing but tell others what to do. Absolutely no follow through or recognition when staff do the right thing. Same people that provide the best cover ups.

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Hire people for corporate that are qualified for the job, team players, and have been there on the floor. That way, when they are asked to help out on the floor they actually do it. They should also take advice from the input of the direct care staff. You can’t expect to work people to death, make unrealistic cuts, and expect people to stay with a positive attitude and a smile. Complete joke of a company due to the corporate “leaders”.

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Awesome 6 am - 6 pm

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The HR lady didn’t know much about the company.

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Unless you have an excuse from a doctor or have vacation or personal days to use, it will be considered a call off.

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