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It stays busy most of the time.

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Yearly, probably a few cents more per hour.

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Great question, thanks for asking!
We encourage you to apply online at sanfordhealth.jobs when you're interested. From here, the process can vary depending on the position. We do our best to reach out as soon as possible, but your highly encouraged to seek out a Human Resources professional when you have any questions, concerns or comments. Our information can be found on the same sanfordhealth.jobs website.

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It depends on management. There tends to be micromanagement eventually. Downhill from there.

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Wonderful. Never working later than 3:30pm.

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Sanford is a good company although management is questionable. Pay attention to detail and help the patients.

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Great question! Depending on the role you play within the Sanford family, yes, some positions offer a weekend pay premium.

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CNAstaff wear Khaki
Nursing staff wear Navy

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Good question, thanks for asking! Starting pay for any role at Sanford varies based on your experience. If you're interested, we encourage you to apply online at sanfordhealth.jobs!

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I wanted to love this company. I liked the job and the patients. Couldn't stand the management and co-workers. You literally are just a number to them.

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