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If you were to leave Corizon Health, what would be the reason?

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I was fired for not clocking out when the time clock was down! No one could clock in or out that day yet I was singled out! Most of the people I worked with had compassion but some just were there for a paycheck. HSA would take breaks all the time and never clock out. She would be fine anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour at a time.

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Bullying and no support from Administration or, Corporate.

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Because too many ADON's and hardly any of the know the actual job. They are rude and condescending towards their step. It's a Mean Girls Club and if you are not in the click you will get the crappiest hours and be picked on. You will be moved around to the where they want you to be moved, whenever they want you moved and you will be given the assignment they want you to have regardless of the time you have with the company. New nurses fresh out of school will tell you how it is that have never worked in Corrections before because they are there to clean this place up but they have never even worked in Corrections before. The new managers are there to clean things up they have never worked in Corrections Us Old School nurses have work there 10 years or better and we know what's going on, yet everybody keeps changing the rules every week.

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Extremely unprofessional management!!! Talks trash about all employees, will lie to your face with a smile.

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Pay, poor management

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Management

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If more than one person is complaining about a problem about other incompetent employees, don’t brush it under the rug. It gives them permission to push the competent employees OUT.

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I also would like to add the HSA would offer extra pay to get the nurses to pick up shift and then we wouldn’t get our comp pay. There was always issues with paychecks and it would take 2 3 or even 4 Pat periods for them to fix. I miss working with my fellow nurses and deputies but the liability was a big issue for me. They were always short staffed and putting LPN in position where we could lose our license.

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Management. Poor leadership. People rarely quit jobs, they quit managers.

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Worst Management I've EVER had.

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