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8:30am-5:00pm, 8 hours shift

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They suck!!! 4am to whenever!!! Daylight hours?? Not hardly.

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Long hours with NO BREAKS if you are working at the big hospital in uptown Charlotte!

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Early& late.also every other Saturday

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Horrible. Not sure why full time employees at cannot get their hours. Hours given to travel nurses or techs who don’t stay the entire shift(s),creating more work for those in the clinic. Meanwhile management too busy taking numerous “lunch breaks” or cupcake breaks to care.The staff as well as those traveling to work at the clinic do not understand the need for two charge nurses when clearly if you can take all these “lunch breaks” you don’t need two charge nurses.

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The working hours were fine with me. I had a choice of 8:30am to 5pm or 8am to 4:30pm. We worked hard but when I needed time off, i.e., dentist appointment it was not a problem. I met very nice people there.

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It might not be a bad company to work for but in charlotte it is.ever wonder why there is a constantly rotating ad for biomedical equipment technicians. because the pay very little in charlotte and they want you to be a janitor. the managerment Debbie talks a nice talk in the interview, but once your hired you are treated as a janitor she is a horrible person. if you have a thick skin and can stick it out you can move on to something better. the sad thing is it doesnt have to be that way. they make it horrible here in charlotte. in raleigh its a lot better. managers really can ruin a job. One bad apple ruins the bunch and her name is debbie.

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Day time or whatever is needed.

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Clean filicity caring techs that don't treat patients like a number

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If hired full time you could be working anywhere from 32 to more than 40 hours per week. Many clinics will require you to do some 16 hour shifts. My clinic opened at 6am but patients showed up earlier so that meant you had to arrive by 4am if the opener or 4:45am if just setting up for your patients.

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