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Long for no reason with only a staff of less than 30

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This is a case study in how not to run an organization. They need to have someone who is in charge of employees that reports to the board of directors and cannot be fired by the ceo. The ceo should not have interaction with any employee other than providers, admin staff and maybe the hiring of staff.

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I was lucky enough to be put in one place which was Spring Lake and left there. But let the record show I was hired to work at LILLINGTON! that's 70 miles round trip uncompensated!

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They claim excellent benefits. However, a lot of people who have "gotten them" never receive them, although money is still drawn out of your check.

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Provides a needed service, need to replace Board of Directors

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Apparently and according to reviews, she is horrible. She runs the office like a boot camp and is terrible to her employees. I have also been told that she gives you no training and you are required to do the work of 3-4 employees. Also, no paid holidays off and no time off during the 1st 90 days. Someone needs to seriously get the CEO out of there and have a total and complete makeover because it is something that could be a huge success in Lillington but not with her still being employed along with her cronies.

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No, but it seems like that's the case. It like going through US Navy SEAL training, the weak are eaten alive. Just kidding.. It is a tough work environment and you need to be flexible. The Healthcare is a challenging field, lots of rules and regs. The management would rather have no one working than someone who is going to make mistakes, intentional or not.

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No time off during 90 day probation period. Prefer no sick time off unless using pto, have to request whatever day within 7 days

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