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Yes, but you have to decrease your pay by $2.00 on the hour

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I am currently a first year college student and attend class Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Would I get a schedule where I can work on the days I am not in class? How many days am I required to work? What are the positions that would be available for me?

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Make your employees feel valued and not afraid to lose their jobs and walking on eggshells with the agencies director of nurses.

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No drug testing

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You accrue one hour for every 40 hours worked. Must use before the end of the year and only allowed to use the first 40 hours of your workweek. Meaning no sick time allowed for overtime.

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Flexibility and cases all over.

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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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Basically Your experience

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There were no medical benefits. I was part time

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In CT, there is no paid time off.

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