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Your vacation time is accrued every week you work. The longer you work there, the amount you accrue each week increases over time until you're capped off. If you don't take a lot of random days off, you can build up a nice amount of vacation time. Depending on your Department Head (some are awesome and some are jerks) you don't necessarily have to use your vacation days for Holidays. You can opt to take unpaid days off. This is a facility the definitely plays favorites, so if your manager likes you they will be accommodating. If they don't, they can give you a hard time about how you take your vacation.

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It can be a lengthy process, as any large corporation or not for profit organization can be, but hang in there, as you would with any company that you may be interested in being employed at.

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2 weeks from start to finish. Background checks, ppds, labs and physicals.

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I would love nothing better than having a job right now. I'm already volunteering at Jup. Med. Ctr. Leah Erickson

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Why I became a nurse

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Jupiter Medical Center Urgent Care to be more specific would be a great place to work IF the Management team was more reliable, consistent, and honest. The direct management team is a group of friends (and its highly flaunted around the office and on various social media streams 7/2018) It's distasteful and inexcusable. The hardest part of working here is when there is an issue or something needs to be addressed or corrected the entire team feels defeated and burned out. I do not understand how it has remained for so long. They are untrained and not a good resource. It's very hard to keep track of anyone from management at least two times a week it's hard to locate or contact them., They are very unprofessional and rude. Favoritism. HIGH turnover rate. Employees do not feel appreciated or understood. Seniority is not valued, you're only valued if it benefits them for the moment. No prior management training.

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I am happy to tell them I worked there and always recommend they apply if they are looking at a position there

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20 or less

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Needs to be more competitive

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