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Management,they dont care about what you do to help and they dont dont pay enough for the hard work,they overlook everything as long as theyre getting paid..

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Depends on the department I worked in behavioral health and it is awful. The managers or childish and need more classes on how to actualy manage a palcw of business and individuals. Also the people they hire or something else most play good to get in then once they are in they act a fool. Management plays favoritism and bully the staff they do not like. Its a really stressful work environment and it is not healthy.

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I applied for a management position around the first of the year. I will keep this brief, but after 6.5 mos of waiting, Two 2-hour phone talent assessments, and 3 different interviews at the hospital itself, I was passed over for someone on the inside who "all of a sudden" wanted the position. I know a lot of people who work at this particular hospital and everyone one of them told me I dodged the biggest bullet by not getting hired. They said the hiring is absolutely awful, as I witnessed firsthand, and the work culture is equally as bad.

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Perform your job and go home doing extra work is unnecessary they will take advantage of you if you let them and they do not care,,the more you do the more they take,..

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Unrealistic expectations, a 60hr work week, unable to do my job in a way that exhibits excellence and compassionate care. Basically hamstrung by leadership to fail at achieving the most basic parts of the Mercy vision statement.

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PTO is seniority based, new full-time employees will earn about 6.48 hours of PTO per pay-period (biweekly); acrued PTO then increases with senority.
One thing no one mentions is that any "paid" holidays come out of your earned PTO, same goes for any sick days, vacation, whenever your clinic is closed or if you get sent home for low census.

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It seems as though they are always pushing for more patients..bring in fresh blood..more money!! But we're always short staffed so the pace is break neck. We work long, hard hours.

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Yes, urine and salivary drug testing is done.

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Always 12.5 hours and you have to fight for lunch break in ER

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