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I had no value to my superiors

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It always depends on the department/division and bureau that you work for. The Office of Public Assistance is a stressful place to work and management is making it harder all the time. I would not recommend applying

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Treat valuable employees as valuable employees and quit tolerating the trouble makers and those that shirk off their work so the rest of us have to scramble to make up for it :(

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Pleasant while there, but you find out later they really don't like you.

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Yes there is random drug screening at MSH

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8 hours a day.

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Nothing much, perhaps some daycare/childcare. More city bus times to the Capitol campus.

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The constant internal nagging to make things function, as to not disrupt the service to the citizens of Montana

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I worked on whatever unit needed a nurse that shift. Sometimes I was a medication nurse and sometimes I was the treatment nurse and involved in the team meeting and care planning for the patients

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