Family Health Advocate (Former Employee), Yakima, WA – September 18, 2013
Pros: different cultures
Cons: unemployment benefits when program ended in may
I had the advantage to help families find services for their power bills with OIC, Christmas presents through Toys for Tots, clothing vouchers with Good Will or free clothing through Casa Hogar, and giving goods to families from the Walmart Donation Fund. We helped families register preschooler for kindergarten. We tried to give families a helping hand.
Cons: schedulers say whatever they need to to staff a case, high pressure to accept assignments you may not want
* 10 or 12 hour night shift. Just me and my patient * learned a lot about myself as a nurse. * management was more profit oriented than patient oriented * co-workers: some cared very much about the patients and some were bordering on indifferent. * hardest part; witnessing so-so care of a patient I really cared about. * most enjoyable: day-to-day interaction – more... with the patient. – less
Nurse (Current Employee), Houston, TX – April 25, 2013
A typical day at work when my pt had a siezure and pulled out his G button at the same time it was tough , but was able to prevent injury and replace the Gbutton without problems. After about five minutes the siezure was over and pt was stabilized as well. The most enjoyable part of the job is when family appreciate what u do for the child and making – more... sure medications are available . – less
Project Manager (Former Employee), Verona, Wisconsin – April 23, 2013
Epic is a hard working, youthful company. Employees in this role travel extensively to our customer sites. We help hospitals and clinics build, develop, and train their electronic medical system. I loved working at Epic, but looking for a new adventure.
Caterer/Server (Current Employee), New York, NY – January 22, 2013
Management is friendly and helpful. Being as they are a hiring company, no day is the same from the last, but they give you all the details for your assignment up front and the people I get to work with on site are first rate. The people really are one of the better parts of the job, along with the variety of opportunities you can get. Hardest part – more... is the work fluctuates with what business they bring in. – less