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At the time when hired I was excited to be apart of something new, however, was in for a bad experience. I met new people got along with a few people, but the rest were shady and sneaky. So towards the end of my employment I dreaded everyday going in looking at the fake faces I worked with.

Answered February 20, 2020

They don’t value their employees or represent what the culture represents. They will go to any length, exaggerate or down right lie to get rid of you if they don’t like you. Horrible work environment.

Answered February 20, 2020

Great benefits, health care, tuition remission, pension

Answered June 9, 2018

Three to four months depending on how long you are waiting for HR.

Answered June 9, 2018

Increase pay more than inflation, in some regions propose a small housing allowance, work on programs that actually promote the hard working employees over friends.

Answered February 28, 2020

Stop the employee bullying educate and fire who you have to

Answered April 1, 2019

The high volume of turnovers of employees

Answered June 29, 2018

Just have a clinical background and you're good to go, they don't appreciate non clinical staff members too often. Make sure to really have your ducks in a row with references as they will check them.

Answered February 28, 2020

Depends on the unit. Management doesn't seem to care about the welfare of nurses. Rotating day and night shifts are not conducive to health.

Answered March 15, 2019
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