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Terrible Place to Work
IT Service Desk Analyst & Security Specialist (Current Employee) –  Mechanicsburg, PADecember 4, 2018
Vibra Healthcare is a terrible place to work. Policies and Procedures are changed every other day and NEVER in writing.

Their inability to effectively communicate with each other and other departments has bogged down their systems and employee morale.
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Staff made it a fun place for me. Hospital has up graded most equipment and spent several million on renovations.
LVN Nurse (Former Employee) –  Kentfield, CANovember 20, 2018
Learned a lot about vents, TBI patients. Enjoyed
wealth of experience from management, doctors, other departments. Diverse environment,12hrs hard
Pros
Advacemnt available if your willing to step up
Cons
12 hour shifts are challenging when scheduled 3 or 4 days straight
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Poor management
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) –  Richmond, VANovember 13, 2018
To get to the point: they don't value the employees at all, the nurses are given 5 to 6 patients to care for. The cnas are given 7 on a good night and that is only now that the census has been consistently low. Usually they have 10 to 20+. The job used to be overwhelmingly stressful. This has improved lately. The temporary DON is a joke. She's rude, untrustworthy and disrespectful. Even down to some of the supervisors behave unprofessionally. You can't reach upper management half the time. Pretty much anything goes here. It's a free for all. Coworkers are decent people but until management gets its act together and people are held accountable for their wrong doings, people will keep running out of the doors. Literally. They basically told us that they can't spend anything else for the year so this of course means that the employees have been suffering. They've been canceling regular shifts, calling late or not at all for cancellations and so on. I will be leaving the company soon myself. I will leave with new experiences and I will miss my coworkers.
Pros
Previous overtime, 12 hour shifts
Cons
Short breaks, pay vs workload, management
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Run far away from this company.....
RN (Current Employee) –  Flagstaff, AZNovember 6, 2018
If you want to be appreciated as a nurse, experience safe patient to nurse ratios, have supportive/approachable management, pay that is appropriate for cost of living in the area, work for a cohesive team that supports each other, and challenging but not extremely stressful work days, then this place IS NOT for you.....

However, if you want to gamble your license on a company that treats you like a body filling a slot, overloading you with very sick patients and unmanageable amounts of charting, lazy management that is never available on the floor and unhappy coworkers experiencing the same issues, then you will love it!
Pros
It's a job in an area where jobs are scarce...
Cons
Everything else
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productive work place
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) –  Amarillo, TXNovember 5, 2018
Great place to work for they care about their patients and the safety of the patients. They care about the employees and training of the employees for patient saftey
Pros
empyee appritiation
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All talk
RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) –  Rancho Mirage, CANovember 1, 2018
They talk a good game but when they deliver, the box is empty! Fellow colleagues do not support each other. Knife you quick. Benefits are expensive.
Pros
Quitting
Cons
Do not follow meal and break laws in California
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LVN Nurse (Former Employee) –  Rancho MirageOctober 30, 2018
Was called by incredibly friendly and enthusiastic recruiter who had my resume. Got an interview (the same for 2friends) was told to bring hiring documents to interview. We all felt like we would be hired on that day. Uncomfortable interview.
Started out well but all 3 of us felt the facility with a census of 10 and yet chock full of people doing god knows what with an empty facility, neither wanted or desires to hire any experienced seasoned LVN’s,
And even being encouraged to have them contact numerous professionals for references without anything close to a job offer except from the recruiter. No idea what the pay rate is. Was basically told they don’t appreciate or want LVN’s and we at 30% of the nursing ratio were to be the idiot assistants to the incredibly talented RN’s, who are probably encouraged to treat LVNs detrimentally by the DON.We all felt the same way. Very very strange.
Pros
12 hour shifts
Cons
Everything else
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Registered Nurse (Current Employee) –  Mesquite, TXOctober 27, 2018
This is a place full of drama and cut-throat people. They blame their mistakes on others and if they are seasoned, they have learned this well. Management in Rehabilitation needs to be changed out and taught to be ethically sensitive. Can't get HR Manager to return calls, but has time to be cutthroat to employees that have complained about drama, Hostile work-environment...don't get a job here...big turnover rate, no one stays long
Cons
No Breaks, work through your lunches for free although you have to clock in and out, Want you to work for free 1 hr before and after work.
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Run run run, worse place to work.
Nurse (Former Employee) –  Boise, IDOctober 25, 2018
Very poor management. No vision lack of good leadership.
Very unsafe for patients and nursing staff. Always short staff. Turn over rate greater than 75%. COnstant Use of travelers and agency nurses. Incompetent Leadership.
Constant Sick calls, as a result of overworking the staff that is on shift.
Only focus is to make Money..... they don't care about the patients at all.
State should shut them down.
Pros
None
Cons
Unsafe place to work the worst I have seen
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Its a great enviroment to work
Dietary Aide (Former Employee) –  Springfield, ILOctober 25, 2018
I loved my entire time being employeed there everyone there are extremely curtious and genuine the patients are the best and pleasant to care for its a great place
Pros
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the coworkers are fun to work with
Housekeeper (Current Employee) –  Thornton, COOctober 24, 2018
I like the staff and coworker and some of the patiences too I learn a lot of new things in my work place management don't help you solve a problems when you need them,the hard part is when we are short of staff in are department and they don't appreciate anything we do for the company I don't have any enjoyable part of the job,there are a few good people there not all aren't friendly
Pros
no free lunch
Cons
yes
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Stressful and Competitive and Very Cut-throat
LPN (Current Employee) –  Florence, KYOctober 23, 2018
Not a good place to work. Management will tell you one thing and do another. The CNO will tell personal things about one employee to another. Supervisors pick and choose who they like and don't like. If you are not liked, you get a very difficult assignment. Don't complain to Management because they will make your work life even more difficult. They have many nurses and CNAs who sit and will not help. Supervisors and Management will do nothing about it. Always short staffed, but they will pay high bonuses if you pick up. Supervisors will not get out on floor to help. They sit in their office and watch the floor drown.
Pros
Good Food
Cons
Hostile Environment, Cut-throat, Short-staffed, Management that does not value you, Supervisors the will lie
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Horrific
Director (Former Employee) –  Rancho Mirage, CAOctober 18, 2018
The internal management is far from experienced. This facility has a partnership with a local hospital. If they only knew what goes on in the background. There are physicians and staff that will do anything to backhand the company of Vibra. The culture of the "click" is terrible. They need to gut the staff that are on staff and refill the positions. Cut your loses and never get involved with this facility. The turn over rate for staff is high and this does not seem to be a problem or concern.
Pros
Salary
Cons
Management Staff
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Good place to work
Unit Secretary (Current Employee) –  Warren, OHOctober 12, 2018
Vibra is a great place to work, Just the hourly needs to be more and the staff can be nice. Communication needs to be better towards all staff members
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Could be much better
Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee) –  Fort Wayne, INOctober 11, 2018
A 15 year veteran is not valued any more than an employee of 15 weeks. They make you feel like you’re lucky to have a position there; and let you know you could be fired at anytime for any reason. The PTO is quite poor, it never increases after 3 years; disability insurance is also very poor, who can survive on 40% of salary? HR person usually doesn’t return calls; & instead of being an employee advocate, actively seeks to catch employees in minor infractions. Very poor nursing staff with corresponding poor patient satisfaction scores!
Pros
None
Cons
Management just not interested in employee well being, and it shows!
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would not recommend
Medicare Representative (Former Employee) –  Fresno, CAOctober 10, 2018
Although the pay is great, it doesn't take away the fact that management is horrible, it's micro micro managed. All the blame is place on employees, even though managers know about a situation. It's favortism at it's finest. The turnover rate is insane.
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No support
RN (Current Employee) –  Boise, IDOctober 7, 2018
ratios don't sound bad until you realize how much care your patients need. There is no support from management or administration. There has been so much turnover that most of the staff has not been properly trained and has worked there less than 6 months. Half of the staff on most nights are either agency or traveler nurses.
Pros
oppertunity to teach yourself a lot.
Cons
everything else....
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enjoyed working at vibra
RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) –  thorton coOctober 5, 2018
I liked my job and coworkers, benefits good, No employer has since matched my hourly rate. coworkers, DON all worked as team. patient care and staff ratios good. LTACs are great learning enviroments..
Pros
coworkers had your back
Cons
new management
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Excellent place to learn the ropes, but...
Staff, Registered Nurse (Former Employee) –  Portland, OROctober 4, 2018
Great co-workers and supervisors; excellent place to learn the ropes; not an organization to stay with long-term. Upper level management is reactionary and hierarchical providing little communication; low employee engagement. Trainings are often cancelled. Turn over is high in both staff and leadership.
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Management & pharmacy need more training
LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) (Current Employee) –  Springfield, ILSeptember 28, 2018
Nursing staff is great! Management & pharmacy has a lack of communication & unorganized. Unappreciated by management & they don't show any concern for employees ideas or nursing staff being worked short. If you accumulate any pto guess what? Your going to be using it when you get censused quite a bit. Also its self scheduling but they make rules up as they go along. Vibra can't keep staff over worked & unfair to the patients. Forget about bonuses
Pros
Employees & patients
Cons
Management & pharmacists
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