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8-12 a day plus on-call time, plus holidays and weekends. My shifts changed constantly due to staffing issues some days 7-3:30 others 4am-5pm

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10 hours a day

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My position here met my needs at the time

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Business casual

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They are not located everywhere, so in my case I moved to Miami FL, and I couldn't transfer because they don't have a location here.

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Employee stress is at an all time high ever day, satisfaction and morale have fallen tremendously in the past 6-12 months. Ratios have changed, productivity governs everything, not acuity of the patients. I have counted at least 45 coworkers, nurses and assistants, who have left in the mere 3 years I have been at Seton Main. A majority have left due to the changes that Ascension has enforced upon it. As one 30 years nursing veteran said, "This just is not fun any more. I'm glad I'm on my way out." At the other end of the experience spectrum I have had to console a nurse after tearfully declaring "I'm scared I'm going to lose my license almost every shift." I don't know what it will take for change to occur, but $17,491,695 sure would go a long way to helping us stay true to our roots of non-profit.

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Be more employee focused. Managers need to roll up their sleeves and chip in when needed.

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No separate sick leave, all PTO based on your tenure (starting at 9 hours a month, I believe)

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