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How are the working hours?

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11 at night to 7 in the morning, with a great shift differential to boot.

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The working hours are fine, it tends to be the load of some shifts that require more than others. I loved the shift I was on, just doing the trash, linen, and bio takes time to do at the end of the day. So I would at least extend 2nd shift from 11 a.m.- 8p.m.

Answered - EVS Tech (Former Employee) - Indianapolis, IN 46250

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The hours are great. I love working at Kindred

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Rushed. residendts treated like objects

Answered - REGISTERED NURSE (Former Employee) - Cheyenne, WY

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Working hours are flexible if you talk to the DON. But takes time for the approval., and sometimes even get denied if you go to the person who handles the schedule.

Answered - Charge Nurse/LVN (Current Employee) - Glendora, CA 91741

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It depends on the role you are hired for. Clinical nursing and respiratory staff that are hourly employees work 12 hour shifts. Either starting at 7AM or 7 PM

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6 am to 2:30 pm

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The hours is 5am to 1pm, 6am to 2pm morning shift. 12pm to 8pm night shift. This facilities suck. Everything in this site not true!!!...

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Clinical Liaisons are expected to be on call on evenings and weekends. You have to ask for full coverage on your regular weekends or days off. There is often not adequate coverage for Clinical Liaisons on weekends or holidays

Answered - clinical liaison (Former Employee) - Brea, CA

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I worked over a 12 hour day and only got paid for the patients I saw It was a per patient pay. It sucked

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