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Recognizing that quality of the people you hire is better than quantity. Listen to experienced registered nursing staff concerns regarding nursing new hires and act swiftly to send a strong message to employees, families, clients and the community that this facility only hires the best, not anyone off the street. Incompetent employees cause stress and increased workload that negatively impact the quality of care provided to clients. This is why all experienced full time registered staff are either leaving, or going part-time/casual. When you hire incompetent registered nursing staff/managers it delivers the message that you have no respect for what their role is in the facility, it deflates self-esteem and decreases morale of employees who do their job well. Get rid of people not doing their job, and hold out for quality, education and experience. Other long-term care facilities that do this not only end up retaining competent managers and registered staff, but ultimately less compliance orders and quality care provided to their clients.


Very high. If you aren’t able to work very fast, you’ll fall behind, and get in trouble.


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