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Only good because it's HCA, but it will degrade rapidly at the rate they are attemtping to run the hospitals in regards to lower than expected pay for such a large corporation, limited if any concrete breaks, poor staffing, high turnover and unproductive management who use employee concerns only as a mouthpiece instead of an actual blueprint for improving things.

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No sick days, unlike other hospitals. Your PTO is accrued if you are only full time and is dependent on hours worked. You get a point if you’re sick. You don’t, however, by coming in and then leaving. Which makes no sense to infect others including patients.

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Know what is happening is other departments besides nursing. Each department is integral to the function of the hospital. Having employees workimg over 100 hours a pay period, routinely, is not healthy for the employee or the culture of the department. You have some departments in one of your hospitals that are so demoralized because of the management
Please pay attention. From a anonymous unhappy 100+hour worker

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Going to work at RMC induced stress. Right at the beginning of the shift trying to find your assignment was stressful because there was so much disorganization and the assignments were frequently changed after being handed out. Too much micromanaging going on there and not enough focus on the big picture. Communication among coworkers was nonexistent and the predatory nursing culture induced paranoia and hostility between staff members.

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I can't think of how I could make this facility a better place to work. I truly enjoyed my time there

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Be honest and dress appropriate during interview process

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Nurse aides, not doing their job. This is the only Hospital (HCA) where the aides don't pull linens, pick up breakfast/lunch trays, & why is it they don't strip rooms when a patient is discharged ? This is very taxing on eva. You can't turn the room around as quickly as they want because of lack of management not doing there job.We all have a job description that needs to be followed. Team work is only pushing work on others & it's not fair. More work less pay

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