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Full-time RN's typically work (3) 12 hour shifts a week, but once every 4 weeks you must pick up an additional 12 hour shift to make up for the 4 hours that you are "missing" during the 36 hour weeks. It sounds reasonable until you actually have to work the extra shift; it takes a lot out of you. Night shift is tough, especially if you have young children.

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It's a little questionable. Building way too many facilities. Should worry about the offices you already have and keeping those in good standing first. Then maybe worry about keeping up with the competition.

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If you work at Pocono you can’t take any vacation time for at least 90 days with pay. After that you have to accru the PTO it’s not given upfront can take a long time to be able to take any vacation.

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Hostile. Punitive. Job will be threatened if you are not a robot who doesn't think for yourself. Agree with no safety for patients or employees.

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Many directors harass their staff and human resources does absolutely NOTHING. If anything, they made every situation worse. Management thinks spending time resolving problems in their department is too much work although they seem to forget this is the job they signed up for! Do the job your signed up for instead of firing people for actually doing their job and being honest. Stop firing people because you can't get along with them. Take classes on communication and learn to manage. Management uses intimidation to manage which is called harassment. Stop letting go of over performing staff because they are intelligent and keeping underperforming staff. No opportunities for growth unless you sell your soul.

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Not long at all.

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When at this facility I worked 12 hour shifts.

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As an RN, I would leave because of the 48 hour work week that nurses have to do once a month.

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Hectic, chaos, cut throat, no one helps each other.

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