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I've been working for this company for over 10 years. Just like everyone else said, basically never. I saw the answer about "performance reviews are in effect" from November...where? Haven't seen an email or memo about this. Haven't had a review in years. I guess they stopped doing them so you don't get your hopes up for a pay increase. Not even a cost-of-living increase! Also, new hires do make more than people with years of experience. How frustrating is that?? The company knows that you can't go anywhere else except the hospitals because they've swallowed all the competition.

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Having 3 Mammographers do 100 patients per day . Very unsafe and poor patient care.

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Usually competitive, stressfull, demanding zero team work and managment frequently show preferences with siblings , friends and family members

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In one word discribe yourself to me

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An average day is very seldom "boring." Radnet facilities are very fast paced and demanding. We strive on giving our patients the best quality of care in a timely manner.

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My hours are great, I have a 9 to 5 shift.

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25 days accruals are added bi weekly. Hours varies per number of years worked at the company.

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Company is extremely stable in the market - always growing and expanding.

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Radnet offers job security for hard-workers but not much opportunity for advancement

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