Some of the VERY best places I EVER worked (jobs ended for reasons out of my control) were where I was called and offered the job (salary talk was already told and accepted). It is the energy flow, you will get to understand your gut and just go with the flow. I did and never regretted it.
They will work you all they can and pay checks are so complicated to figure out you will wonder if you even worked extra or not. Managers seem to “lose” paperwork you had to turn in to get your OT worked with any incentive pay.
Horrible place too work I feel sorry for the patients I had to quit couldn't take it anymore... Sad
What advice would you give the CEO of Kindred Healthcare about how to improve it?
Do not cut employee salary by 10% during a global pandemic.
Instead Benjamin Breier should forfeit his 1 million a year salary.
What is the vacation policy like at Kindred Healthcare? How many vacation days do you get per year?
30 day notice and 3 weeks upon hire. I believe it's 2 weeks vaca and 1 week sick.
I work as a prn employee at this time, but usually average a 6-7 hour work day on days that I am called in to cover.