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I would leave for the reason of no incentive there is no PTO time no sick time no Raises no grievance pay

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Yes if you take an assignment for travel. They cover flight hotel and rental car accommodations but do not pay you per diem for the days you are gone from home. Instead each day you work they give $25 per diem up to $125. So if you work 6 days your out. If you only get 2 days of work you only made $50 in per diem. The other off days I guess they don't want you to eat.

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None, must provide 30 days notice to get a day off, or 30 days to change shift.

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Nurses work 12 hours shifts in the home as private duty nursing. The patients are usually very appreciative and enjoy having nursing to help them during their illness.

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Even if you are an RN you will be doing House cleaning, house cleaning, house cleaning.....clean bathroom including toilets, do laundry, dust, mop, sweep, do dishes, cook 4 course meals 3 times a day, have non stop 12 hour conversations w patients, no lunch, no breaks, once you are at the clients house and you close the door you are stuck in the house for 12 hours unless you are taking garbage to road Even clients that are completely mobile will make you bathe them and dress them put their socks and shoes on sometimes even feed them. The patients that are normally fine ambulating without assistance will suddenly become too weak to get up until you stand next to them and hold them up. They become totally dependent to the point it's just plain ridiculous! the patient expects your eyes on them at all times, even if they only have care 8 hours a day and are alone the other 16 hours in the day, If you are a nurse even an RN the pay is great but you are more like a mother to an 80 year old spoiled toddler than a nurse. You will not utilize your nursing skills but you will definitely fine tune the domestic side like scrubbing toilets and taking trash to the road! lol I'm dying here..can't wait to find something else.

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It is different in every case. you work in a patients home for a 12 hour shift.

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