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I would be surprised if it was still open in 2 years unless there is a huge change. Replacing most of the unit coordinators would be a great place to start.

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I dread it. It's exhausting.

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Because it got very emotionally and mentally stressful. With no breaks, rarely ever a bathroom breaks, constant worries if the next shift staff would come, not knowing if you were going to be mandated, watching your backs for the kids & supervisors, not getting support when you need it, having supervisors who wouldn’t come by to check like they should, and so many other things. It got to the point where I didn’t feel safe there, I thought I’d either end up in a bad situation or get in trouble for some lie a kid says. This place is not good for anyone’s safety or health.

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I’ve never stayed just 8 hours. It’s always been at least 9. Typically at least 3 days a week I have to stay for a double (16 hour) shift. You can work 16 hour shifts 7 days a week though, if that’s what you want. They’re ridiculously short staffed and don’t care about their employee’s health.

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I called and followed up from the online job posting

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Terrible. The shifts are 7-3, 3-11, and 11-7, often with mandated overtime or shorting of hours. For the middle shift staff, a double shift is required every week, with nothing more than a 30 minutes break.

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I left because they tried to mandate me for a 16 hour shift (they told me at hour seven that I had to stay an extra 8 hours due to a call out). The day before, I had been in the ER. They refused to talk to my doctor and told me that I had to come in or they'd fire me...even though the hospital gave me a note.

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