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Stop looking at the bottom line, and start investing in the futures of all staff. A workforce is a valuable commodity when treated right.

Answered 8 January 2020

Get rid of most managers hire more staff nurses listen to your staff ideas

Answered 23 March 2020

1. If you hire a manager, director, etc.. at 100k+ there is no need for an assistant. They should be held accountable and expected to co-ordinate meetings / draft their own messages. If they are unable to do this, then they should not in that role. Every year it seems there are more management positions and less beds / front line staff. If you want to reduce hallway medicine, stop throwing money into the proverbial hopper.

Answered 8 January 2020

Do you have experience in customer service?

Answered 11 September 2018

Really depends on the the location, the floor, the manager, and the staff.

Answered 8 January 2020

3 weeks at last check, but you must accrue them via hours worked. This is augmented by your years of service. The longer you are employed, the faster vacation accrues.

Answered 8 January 2020

Lakeridge is an equal opportunity employer. Provided you meet base requirements and are a successful candidate anyone is a potential hire.

Answered 8 January 2020
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