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How are the working hours?

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8 hrs shifts but ur taking care of 10-17 ppl which is too many for 1 aide especially when the nurses sit behind the computer all day and put everything on u .

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Variable. The pressure by corporate is to get as close to possible to 40 hours....but NEVER go over 40 hours. But thanks to a new scheduling system, you might work 4 hours on Tuesday and then 10 hours on Friday to make up the time.

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Understaffed so lots of oportunity for double shifts, (CNA and LVN) but I noticed the staff work was "lazy" after they completed 16 hours. Meaning, no fault of their own, just too much to do for one person and patient care was obsolete at times.

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I have a problem with their Low Census. Sometimes I cannot even get 20 hours per week. May I am at the wrong location. But we have to take turns in being sent home because of low census. Dont know how CNA's support themselves and family with such low hours. I have yet worked at a facility that gives legitimate 40 hour work weeks. They consider full time 30 hours per week, you cant survive on those hours, and then when they send you home because of Low Census then that even cuts the hours less. Low Census is not our problem that is the facilities problem we should be able to stay and work our shift, no work, then they can find us something to do!!

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Stressful with a lot of you helping the other employees with their job.

Answered - MEDICATION AIDE (Former Employee) - Elkhorn, NE

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Good hours

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Very long hours. Haven't once clocked out at my scheduled time, I am often asked to work doubles and asked to come in on my days off.

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32-40+ hours a week

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Full time it's 40 hours a week

Answered - CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) - Life Care Center of Federal Way Washington

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Long and nothing like promised at original interview. 6-7 days per week average actual...

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