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The toxic atmosphere on the nursing unit. Seeing new nurses that do not provide adequate care. Tiptoeing around management as they are very unapproachable and attempt to intimidate nurses.

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Research the company, make sure you match your skills to the job description and don’t be too assertive.

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Treat employees as though they matter and are not just a body to be disposed of at will. Offer incentives for degrees and certifications.

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Investigate what management tells you before jumping on board and believing them without speaking to the employees. Care about the care over the children vs just the budget.

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It is nothing short of toxic on the inpatient unit. entire atmosphere has changed. Replaced nurses who cared about children and the culture with those out to just make a buck while doing the minimum.

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