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Munson Healthcare doesn't care at all for their employees at all. Administration is a mess with no sense of organization at all and HR does nothing to resolve problems or conflicts. No one cares when good employees leave because the entire company has the mindset that anyone is replaceable.

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Pretty much anything you need.

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Unfortunately, in my case the relocation was due to my husband's job, and he makes more than I do, we needed to follow his job. There is no way the position I had could match his pay.

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Constantly feeling that you're not valued, that you're replaceable. Higher ups constantly packing more work on to people lower in the chain, expecting one person to do essentially two different jobs until they break and quit. Munson is a revolving door and they don't care.

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Strict and uniformed. if you did something wrong you got to do pushups.

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No longer employed at munson

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No longer employed with munson

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Fire the ER Manager. Get to know the staff. Listen to suggestions of experienced staff. Appreciate staff. Not fight the union but work with them to be fair and just.

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Where would I be in 5 years, what are your pros and cons, are you ok working in a team environment.

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Depends on position being hired for. First, you interview. If manager is interested in you, it then goes to H.R. to check references and background. Then you come back for pre-employment testing. If you "pass", the job is offered to you. Then you return for your health assessment prior to your start date. Takes approx. 3-4 weeks from start to finish.

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