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PSA hires two different types of employees. Full time employees are offered a comprehensive benefit plan including health, vision, dental, and 401K. Per diem employees are also offered health benefits as a discounted health plan. What types of benefits you will be eligible for depends on the role which you are hired for.

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The field staff works on a per diem basis which means employees are able to pick and choose their shifts / schedule. Typically, field staff works in shifts of 8, 10, or 12 hours. There is no minimum number of shifts required so you can work as little as 1 or as many as 7 if the hours are available / needed. Office staff and full time / benefited employees schedules are dependent on their roles as well, though typical office hours are from 8 PM to 5PM.

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Yes they do drug testing

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The shifts vary depending on need but the typical shifts for field staff are 8, 10, or 12 hours. Again, this can be more or less depending on the case.

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In CT, there is no paid time off.

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In many of PSA locations, new grads are welcome. PSA does have some locations that require additional working experience according to minimum state requirements. Call your local office to discuss your area requirements.

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LPN 19.00/hr does not matter what shift or where.

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New Years, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas

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Stress free family oriented

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Testing demonstrations

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