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Creating a team that takes pride in their work

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I wrk full time at a hospital are ready. Ido weekends morning shift

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At HHS there is no pace. You just sit In the break room all day and get paid to sit. True story!

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Toxic. Management lies all the time. You have to have a serious character defect to get promoted in HHS.

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They get contracts by underbidding other companies. Basically, they're cheap. But you get what you pay for. At HHS you get liars, cheats, unethical, and incompetent management who fire anyone who tries to make improvements. Unfortunately, people like this are not always held accountable. It would be best for patients and employees if the company went out of business.

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What kind person I was and was I a team player, and my work experience.

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Not good. The company has a bad reputation, so it's better if people don't know you worked for them.

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No. The nurses were great. It's HHS that has all the problems. The people in your own department will treat you worse than anyone in the hospital.

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35,000 per year

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