I don't know what everyone is talking about because I have not had any problems working here. I honestly think it's your own attitude that makes this workplace a bad one, because everyone else feeds off of that. It's a great mix of people from different places, so everyone has different cultures and beliefs, but no one makes a big deal out of that, they make a big deal out of your work ethic and attitude. I've been working here for a year and half now and I have befriended almost everyone because being a nice person isn't hard. If you can accept people and accept that when you come to work, you must work, then you'll fit right in. Expect to work and expect to make friends. I think that's the minimum any job can ask for, right?
As for getting hired, I had no experience in the health-field other than my current bachelor's degree and 300 volunteer hours in a hospital. Training with my team members was the best experience because these are the people you work with everyday and, typically, we all do the same things.
For some, not being able to acquire overtime, but it's usually not a huge deal for me. It's nice when I do get overtime, but it's not a dealbreaker.