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

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The company offers training, but you pay for it. Contact company and watch for 1/2 off training. --there was one in Portland, OR in May or June 2018

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Health insurance was better until 2018. It was changed and the employees didn't have a say. Either get the health insurance or don't have any.

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It is fast paced and overwhelming. Management is all about money than they preach to the employees about patients care and safety. With the work that is done the PCT or CCHT does not make enough money for a hour. And if you are a Preceptor than you are really worked hard and not paid for what you are worth.The work load is horrible and than the techs are rushed off the clocked because of TAP.

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Typically, 5:30 am- 9 or 10pm.......(14+ hrs/day), and sometimes you are working 2 jobs if a tech calls in sick, you are working 14+ hours doing both jobs. Managers help very little.

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Where do I start? Longevity with the company with phenomenal work ethic but not being considered for other positions because you are 'too valuable as a work horse in the position you hold." Upper management just looking out for themselves, sitting behind their computers, wasting time themselves but are free to do so because their work is never monitored, making money, very selfish but slave-drive the direct patient care staff. Upper Management that are also not 'clinical' by any means leads to constant turnover due to lack of support of the people they are suppose to be responsible to train as they have no experience leading to added turn-over which in turn always effects patient care. Shameful! Promotions based on 'good 'ole boy club', not experience, work ethic or dependability/loyalty. A Human Resource Dept way out East that is not involved and does not care, they take the management word as God. Human Resource Dept that does nothing in regards to constant, high turnover rate......they do not care! For profit company, management gets bonuses and extremely high rate of pay, company lacks integrity.

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Training and orientation for me is the same pay I was offered for the job. My orientation was two days and my training is 8 weeks or longer until everyone is comfortable with my performance to be on my own

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Through FMC website

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My clinic happens to close at 5. So my hours are 4:45am to 4:30am but 5pm is the lastest which is good because my sons daycare closes at 6 and it’s not far from my job. Our shifts are 3 12 hour shifts per week but we can go up to 40 hours a week

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