Working in a department that always seems to be down on staffing, currently down five staff members, the same output of work is expected from the department as a whole. Employees have resorted to coming in early, staying late, or coming in on Saturday's to make sure that their job is complete, otherwise they're getting asked about their time management skills and their competency is being questioned. This atmosphere is only contributing to the turnover with more people leaving. Historically when people leave it's "not in the budget" to replace them right away leaving the department open to losing more competent clinicians.
Good benefits with insurance and time off, a well maintained workspace, strong focus on patient care
Demanding department, understaffed, high turnover/burnout rate, high variations in pay