CNA (Current Employee), Gainesville, FL – September 12, 2014
Pros: pay, open door policy, family setting
Cons: i haven't found any wrong yet
my job is very good job if you like working with old people. You never know what you are going to get in to that day until it happen you have to be on your toes. Co-worker can make you have a good day your they can really upset your day if they are not doing things in the right way. the most i like about my job is the people thing they lived and bring – more... to the table with them. But, over all most about my job is knowing that i did a good job that day. – less
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Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Lansing – September 3, 2014
Pros: good pay, good agency
Cons: temp work is really stressful
I enjoyed working with Kristina in the Lansing office very much. She was very helpful. Working as a temp in an office and I faced many challenges, one was the lack of respect from fellow co-workers . I was placed in this job to help with a short staffing issue. I received very little training and very little co opportion, from management or staff, with – more... a few exceptions. I over came these issues and gave the best patient care to my patients, which is really what its about. I will never understand when its your job to help the staff why they are so rude. – less
Nurse Assistant (Former Employee), Tulsa, OK – August 15, 2014
Cons: not knowing what to expect when arrive for shift/ cancellations
Working with this company allowed me to be very flexible in my scheduling. A typical day at work would be working at a Tulsa area hospital that could either be fast pace or slow pace. I got a chance to meet different people/clients. This allowed me to get the experience I needed in the different fields of nursing. My coworkers were very enjoyable to – more... work with because they were team players. The hardest part of the job was sometimes coming on a shift where you didn't know a patient and didn't receive any information about that patient also watching the patient go through the death process. The most enjoyable part of the job was the flexibility in the scheduling. – less
Overall a great place to work if you have a varied schedule or need extra hours.
LPN (Current Employee), Toledo, OH – August 13, 2014
Best part of the job: The staff is very friendly and the pay is competitive. Hours are flexible.
Hardest part of the job: No guaranteed hours and shifts can be cancelled with little to no notice, though the staff proactively attempts to keep this to a minimum. Cancellations are a part of the "deal" when working agency, though.
I think the workers looking for assignment work 24/7. I was never left in the dark as to where they were looking and the feedback was excellent. My recruiter always had my best interest in mind. If I had certain criteria, they always accommodated me.
Branch Manager (Current Employee), Raleigh, NC – July 8, 2014
A typical day at work would be coming in, sitting down, opening your email and reading that everything you have learned and everything you have been doing has now changed. Their culture of change is a "flip-the-switch" technique, meaning there is no warning or no ramp up, but rather a "let's hope this works out for the best and we will cover our a-- – more... in the meantime by throwing everyone under the bus" approach. Doesn't work and makes for awful morale.
What i learned from MSN is that no matter how well you do and no matter how much revenue you are personally responsible for bringing in, your job is never safe. They will fire you without skipping a beat.
The mid-level management is okay but the executive management team doesn't know their a-- from a hole in the wall. They shouldn't be in their positions and they don't listen to anyone but the people in charge of their jobs. The people that are actually in the field all day, raking in the money that pays their salary? Not so much - they don't give a shi- what you have to say.
And there were holes in the walls.
My co-workers were awesome. It was nice to have people around who were equally confused about what the heck was going on with the company.
The hardest part about the job was dealing with unrealistic goals set by the jerks at the top that don't listen.
The most enjoyable part of the job was walking out at the end of the day. – less