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5 days ago

Physician- EMERGENCY MEDICINE

Department Of Veterans Affairs West Haven, CT

University of Connecticut School of Medicine. The Emergency Medicine physician is responsible for providing quality care to patients presenting to… USA Jobs


6 days ago

Psychology Technician

Department Of Veterans Affairs West Haven, CT

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) needs employees who possess the energy, compassion, and commitment to serve those who served our Country… USA Jobs


6 days ago

MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATOR

Department Of Veterans Affairs West Haven, CT

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) needs employees who possess the energy, compassion, and commitment to serve those who served our Country… USA Jobs


30+ days ago

PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT - DIGESTIVE DISEASES ENDOSCOPY

Department Of Veterans Affairs West Haven, CT

Full-time Digestive Diseases Endoscopy Physician Assistant (PA) will assist in the management of patients referred to the Endoscopy unit. The PA will… USA Jobs


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    Current Employee - RN Staff Nurse in West Haven, CT
    Current Employee - RN Staff Nurse in West Haven, CT

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    Pros

    great benefits package
    wonderful patient population
    free parking

    Cons

    -too many "chiefs"
    -Nursing management does not follow their own policies and procedures
    -as far as discipline...it is different strokes for different folks
    -nursing management has stated that errors will not be used as a source of punishment, instead, they will be used to educate so the same error does not happen again. If that were only true. Management has instead turned nurses against nurses by making us write up our co workers for any error found. This only creates an environment of hostility which is not what was supposed to happen.
    -decisions are made for nursing without representation from the staff nurses. No voice...
    -human resources and nursing management do not have any respect for the nursing union. They are well aware what has to be presented/shared with the union prior to implementation as per the Master Agreement bylaws. HR and nursing management simply disregard what is expected of them from the union standpoint which results in many cease and desists.
    -there are many monetary awards for the nurses but nursing managers just don't take the time to recognize their staff and write a letter nominating them
    -no appreciation extended

    Advice to Management

    -treat employees equally (i.e. no "black listed" employees)
    -recognize staff nurses for the hard work that we do
    -appreciate us for the different ways we contribute everyday
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