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Every time an opening arises have to deal with online application process By the time peer interview arranged, they already decided on In-House transfers to the Dept. I always felt they had somebody hired before I ever was even interviewed. Felt like I wasted my time because they already chose an In-house transfer first. Never could get a quote for pay as well. I Loved working there in the past but now too much red tape to go thru. And they should be able to access applications that have gone thru the process within 6 months instead of having to resubmit it when it’s on file already within 6 months. Wish it was easier to get back in.

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Met for a Lpn interview which lasted only 30 mon but she was very informative and easy to speak with. Received job offer that day!

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I work PRN so I am only scheduled 5 days a month

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Expensive Cigno benefits.

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Staff clinics with enough staff, pay competitively and attempt multiple functions to bring up moral and reduce turn over.

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Excellent everyone says good morning how are.you . They nice little goodies for you

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5 day per year, or up to manager

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“Tell me about yourself”

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For nurses and techs, the hours are usually from 7a-7p or 7p-7a with a 30 minute report turnover.

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The most stressful thing was staffing issues. The clinic was extremely understaffed with high turn over and low moral. Due to these issues, staff was made to learn other job skills. I learned to register patients, take basic vital signs for triage, my career is in radiology, but I still cleaned rooms and discharged patients.

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