Centennial Medical Center (Frisco)
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I worked at Centennial Medical Center (Frisco)Pros
Offers competitive pay for the areaCons
Once you get through the lengthy and invasive application process that includes a math/verbal test and a psychological profiling test along with multiple legal disclaimers in which you must pledge not to sue the company and agree to use their mediator if an employment dispute arises (!) you may get a job offer. If you accept, they'll put you through a long-winded, cumbersome on boarding process that will take you hours to complete and that requires multiple trips all over the area for drug testing and other tasks prior to start date, all of which will be unpaid. They'll bring you in to Human Resources to complete paperwork, which they'll tell you will take 30-45 minutes but will actually take an hour and a half (still unpaid). Their Employee Health Nurse will be unnecessarily rude and condescending to you. Then this company will fire you without notice if you ask questions about their flu shot policy, which their EHN will tell you angrily is MANDATED and does not allow for medical/religious exceptions, no matter what your situation may be.
I think I know why they have so many job openings and offer high pay: nobody in their right mind wants to work here.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Your hospital suffers from a very poor community perception, and it seems nobody wants to work here, much less receive care here. I'll be sure to let everyone I meet know the way I was treated. You might want to reconsider the way you handle new hires.