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Piedmont ARMC is the second largest, so how is it that first shift EVS can't be given the opportunity to return to the hours of 7a-330p. The hours are now are from 9a-530. For my understanding is that the Piedmont Atlanta is the largest of Piedmont we have here in Geo rgia. Their early morning shifts starting at 7 am or the latest is 7:15 and the shift ends at 3 or 3:30 pm. We can't take care of any business once we leave work because everything is now close by this time. Please take consideration as to why we have more people leaving from the EVS department or the hospital as a whole because the employees are unhappy. We have more call outs than ever before. We don't have enough people to cover the square footage. Let's Make Piedmont Athens Regional Great Again. Thank you

Answered May 25, 2019

Remember that your staff is the face and representation of your entire business and treat them accordingly. Something is seriously wrong with middle management at PAR, and employees are treated like petulant children and give ZERO benefit of the doubt when it comes to absenteeism and disagreements with leadership. Employees feel treated much more like a number on a graph than actual people.

Answered December 21, 2019

It is a urine drug test & they also check for alcohol. They don't watch u while u using the restroom. But she did pour blue stuff in the toilet & told u not to flush or wash ur hands. She did do the test in front of me

Answered March 10, 2019

You build up days with paid time off days so you kept building up as much time as you can

Answered December 8, 2017

I look forward to going to work. Great department and made several friends

Answered January 14, 2018

I would have to say it’s according to where you apply. There is a local hospital in the 30263 area where job seekers from a certain field that apply there, are not hired. Most are not even interviewed. Why? The main one over the hiring will call their current/former employer and ask if they like them. Hey... might be a good idea... until it is where the employee has never had a bad evaul, meets all the requirements, and has great references. The problem lies in the fact that said hiring lady’s buddies simply do not like the hopeful applicant and would rather keep them there at their current job then be honest about then being a great employee “I just don’t like them” and letting the move on. Hard to believe ? I can give many examples.

Answered April 13, 2018

Yes/ as long as it's not inappropriate and not all over your neck

Answered October 5, 2018
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