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The horrible work culture. It is very cut throat..

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Interview process was about 4 months. HR called me for a Sr level position that I applied and qualified for. I had a couple of interviews with leadership. They offered me a lower level position with much lower pay. The lower level position was never mentioned during the interview process. It was a huge waste of time and disappointment.

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The working hours are 72-80 hours per pay check period. It is flexible but you have to work it out with the unit administrator.

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Hostile environment and micromanaging in the Supply Chain Management department. Competition make over ambitious managers toxic bullies that enjoy right ups for little things like too many bathroom breaks or returning late from lunch breaks.

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It takes about a month and half after your application. When you did not qualify for the job, they never call you or email you. You assume they still will call you. But if you did not qualify they just ignore you, never let you know.

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It ok place to work but pay is very low

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I would allow the PRN employees to receive pay increases and benefits just as the part time and full time employees do depending on hours worked.
these employees are often the ones who cover the departments in time of need...... so often

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Let the hospital staff know you care by taking time to visit the campus. See the staff and how things can improve with just the presence and desire to be an active leader and not a passive one.Take a look at the needs and see what is being done.

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