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Asked to get botox as teaching tool in annual review and CEO ok with it. They push you out. The more years you have in the company is more of a reason to let you go for cheaper work force. Management will make up lies not to give you raise. Lot of pot licking It incourage hostile clicks between staff.

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Direct with scenarios and brief assessment of your skills.

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Like said above more pay our pay was cut especially for those who drive from hospital to hospital. Also yes management is horrible the managers that I had before were awesome to be honest but these new managers no compassion at all you can't even talk to them about your problems because they are still on sincere they don't care they don't care if you're sick I still want you to work they don't even care if you have tuberculosis they still want you to work that's how serious it is but for a little pay the nurses are rude not all but most it's just not worth it anymore I don't know who put we get free lunch we don't even get discounts on the food at the job everything has to be paid for in full the CEO needs to check up on the managers and how they manage the staff they're running people off especially good workers

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Racist, sexist, inappropriate, unprofessional. Management won’t do their jobs.

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Dread it because it’s hostile environment.

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Treat staff better. Especially seniors. They have a bogus award from AARP. They should take a lesson from MacDonalds and other 24/7/365 operations. Hire staff for all shifts and days of the week. Adhere to 8,10 or 12 hr shifts. NO Overtime except in a dire emergency. Healthcare workers need to have a life outside of the hospital to recharge and refresh and recreate.

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For a full time PSR you get 18 days in the year but all the national holidays will be cut off from it if you don't celebrate Christmas you will have to be off and it will be cut from your PTO no paid sick days, any day off will be cut from this 18 days..

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How well I handled stress

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Yes ,but not that difficult if I can remember

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