Cons: front loaded paid time off, changed insurance carrier-more expensive, total patient care becoming more difficult physically and stressful.
I have been an employee for almost 12 years and the work relationships I have developed with people keep me there more than anything. The job is very hard labor. The coworkers are great team players. The hardest part of the job is the total patient care. The stress of critical care and some days you are saving someone's life your entire 12 hour shift. – more... No breaks, no time to do anything but stay in it. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with the great staff members and being able to work together in every situation. – less