When you are hired, you are told Monday through Friday, ~8/30-4:30/5 with no weekends or holidays. However, the amount of work far exceeds that which you can complete in an 8 hour day. Often times, you won’t be able to tend to these tasks until the end of the day after the last patient has been seen.
If you have a good clinical team, they work together so no one gets stuck staying late. However, OT is also closely monitored *
Therefore, the expectation to work an 8 hour day is inaccurate & misleads one into thinking the position is ideal. The amount of tasks associated with an RNs role in this company also needs revisited for compensation due to the volume and responsibility that is assumed.
Vacation and sick.
Health insurance - with good coverage and low cost for individual coverage
Dental and vision.
Short and long term disability.
Free life insurance coverage (no cost) and then additional coverage you can choose.
401k profit sharing match
Applied for a Nurse job, they are always short staffed, if you have experience they will look at your resume.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Virginia Heart a better place to work?
I would change management and lunch duration besides the mediocre pay!
I felt absolutely miserable! It became a drag going there every day knowing we were being micromanaged all day long.
Super busy, The head quarters are super busy and the clinicians are stressed.
corporate; it is medical but it is a business