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Rehab unit in Nashua NH can be very demanding fast paced. Acceptable ratio currently is 17 skilled patients to one nurse and 1 to 1/2 LNA only. At time a nurse is expected to treat 14 patients and complete 3 admissions with little to no support.

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Poor compensation for working under these conditions

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Look at the facility in Nashua as a whole, the building is old, it needs a lot of repair and cosmetic work. Computers never work, equipment is constantly not in service. Supplies are not available for any off shift to use. CONSTANTLY short staffed and when trying to talk to management the replies are the same, “we are not short staffed” “it’s like this everywhere”. Sorry by 17 rehab patients to one nurse and one sometimes 1/2 a LNA is not safe. The overall pay is very low especially given the working conditions

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4 weeks.They postponed start date a couple times.

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Honestly for the most part it is a dreaded experience, only because staff is allowed to treat other staff member horribly! Being bullied, laughed at, made fun of, lied to and lied about is very common. However take the bad eggs out and it would be a great place to work, this is in reference to the Nashua NH location

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I worked well with all the staff, especially the Administrator

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Just because you may have vacation may not necessarily get it or get payed for it. and beware they take out your breaks even though your not in the building. These people find loopholes inf loopholes so they dont have to pay you.

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I never told anyone I worked at Next Step due to embarrassment..

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