Upper management promises full time schedule (due to such a dire need for nurses), along with room to be flexible, if need be during training. However, upon being hired, you are cancelled for shifts as soon as you enter the building to work. You are not informed of how to contact the company regarding calling out, finding out if you're on the schedule for the week, etc. Apparently, communication among employees, supervisor, and director is done through text message and word of mouth, which is unreliable in itself. There's absolutely no exchange of phone calls, which is unheard of, from a place of business. There's so much room for error and miscommunication, especially for new employees - which can lead to unemployment. This is disheartening for good, honest people who are seeking work during hard times, when work is already scarce.
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