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Nurses will not answer call lights. The resident may need some water and the Nurse will look for you to get it. The Nurses and Aides are in a click. If you are not in a click it is horrible. They advertise team work it is hard to find any one to help you or they are busy. The Nurses will get you in trouble for nothing you did wrong. Nurses screaming and yelling at you. Very poor work environment. You work on pins and needles afraid to do anything wrong in fear of being written up.

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It went great waiting for Bridget the cook to schedule 2nd meeting

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30.00per hour

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Depends on the hallway and the number of employees/ Aides on the floor. It can be 14 to 30.

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Some people get to accrue 9+ points. Others who have been there longer are only allowed 7. 1.5 points for calling in Friday-Sunday AND you have to make up the weekend call in on your weekend off. 1 point for weekday call in. Forgetting to punch in is just as bad as being late. Unfairly applied policy.

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Health Insurance, Vision, Dental, Long term and short term disability, 401K

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Yes pre-employment, and at other times as indicated by the company for example if they suspect drug abuse

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It originally took me two months from start to finish and that included two weeks of onboarding

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Why long term care?
what would you do if questions?

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Yes. Mouth swab. Also a TB test.

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