HCA MidWest Health
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I worked at Family Care Of EJC for 16 years. My manager had to retire not by choice she had been there around 10 years. My Front office manager left after 38 years not by choice. Everybody working there had been there 10 years and longer. The office was wonderful until the new manager came in and got rid of everyone & brought in her people. She fired me & I got a lawyer to prove she had made up something not true to fire me. I won & was told I was wrongfully terminated & recieved my unemployment. The woman screwed up a lot of lives by taking peoples jobs. She only got rid of women over 40 & hired in women under 30 years. My advice is don't work for HCA.

Answered January 6, 2020

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.

Answered April 12, 2019

Work with us at bedside during a high census shift. Don’t just say hi & give donuts, do what we do during our real 12-hour shift, a total 100% bedside care for patients & their families who are well beyond our safe nurse-patient ratio. Then only you’ll understand why your company has a very high turnover rate. Some of us stay just so we can finish our contract but that’s it. Never again we’ll go back until it becomes all worth it & safe & fair not only for us but most especially our patients.

Answered July 19, 2019

Ok. group type interviews

Answered September 30, 2019

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.

Answered November 20, 2017

The vacation policy requires the employee to use their accrued PTO hours. Otherwise the employee doesn't get a vacation.

Answered August 5, 2019

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

Answered September 19, 2017

Be honest and dress appropriate during interview process

Answered July 6, 2018
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