Pros: none i can remember
Cons: too many to state, just run from there!
This company started out as mainly psychiatric clientele which is fine if you like it. The job is salary. The management was awful as well as the owner's grasp of running it. There was no policy book but he often like to quote policies?! As a nurse, you were responsible for picking patients medicines up which may contain certain classes that made me feel uncomfortable having on me due to fear of my license. You were expected to see a certain amount of people every night (I did second shift), despite the amount or how late it took you. All notes were still handwritten as well as the recertifications for state and federal reimbursements and no extra time or less patients were taken so you were not overloaded. You were expected to track down patients which is hard when they are psychiatric/drug substance based. That only added to your time taken away from others. A few times I was asked to "fib" on government documents for funding which I refused and called the Board of Nursing for advice on the matter. Basically, if it doesn't feel right, don't do it per the Board's suggestion. From that point on, I always kept a copy of the Borads rules and regulations for nurses. Be wary with this place.