When WFBN took over our practice, they made the transition very difficult for a lot of employees. Without getting into specifics, I'm going to give an overview of what took place. In the first few weeks, we were not given access to certain parts of epic until we had the "training", although that specific job may have been our duty within the previous company. Without this access, we were severely disabled to do our job duties. 3 months in, the rules have changed and now everyone can do this duty without the "training" that was required. Managers were shifted around or put in administrative positions without even given a reason as to why these changes were taking place. All this was done without a warning or any kind of notice. As far as the pay goes, I can't give a fair assessment in this short amount of time but can say that we do get a pay increase for the cost of living. So far, that is it. I am very disappointed to say the least in how we are being treated during this transition. I have worked for UNC and Cone during their transition of buying offices out but did not have a bad experience as I have with WFBN.