This is one company I would stay away from.
They don't know how to treat their employees well. Constant change of staff. The floors are staffed very thin and unsafe. Also for the staff that are 40hr/week getting their hrs cut to 32 hrs a week if they are non essential staff. Thats a lot of money to loose in a month. Heaven forbid you do anything wrong, you'll be fired, if it's unacceptable in anyway. It's one day you have a job and the next you don't . So be careful before working there. They act like they own you when you work there. It's unlike anyplace I know. Make it your last option. I wish I never went there.So as you can see here are just a few issues.
Worked there for 89 days as a CNA. Horrible working conditions, not enough staff. 1 CNA for 28 patients most days. I worked my butt off for this company, 12 hour shifts, picking up all kinds of hours covering shifts for CNA's that quit, then out of the blue 1 day before my 90 days is up after working a 12 hour shift I get fired. I've never been fired in my life. I've been a CNA for 17 years, and was never treated so horrible in my life! This place is unbelievable. I've seen nurses belittled by doctors and staff, CNA's abuse patients, and I worked and worked and got fired for no reason what so ever. Be very cautious if applying for this position. I'm not writing this review out of spite, just stating the facts. I've seen patients sit there for 2 weeks without ever seeing a doctor and nobody telling them why they were admitted.......it is unbelievable.
Co-workers are good, there is team work but no room to grow in the organization, most of the time there is only one aide for 28 patients not good at all.
Worst Company I have ever worked for.
I was floated to different floors everyday, of which I was not trained to work on.
Enjoyed my work and co-workers
As a night shift mother/baby nurse I enjoyed my job. As with most hospital jobs you are required to float to other units and for the most part I enjoyed working all units. I got a long well with almost all of my co-workers. Management was fair, to say the least. The hardest part of my job was being treated like a second class citizens by some of the RN's. The most enjoyable part was helping my patients learn to care for their selves and their newborn infants.