- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Fair Pay, rewarding jobs, good benefits, nice facilities. Multiple in-house and external departments to work in, that you're sure to find one that fits the hours you need and satisfies what you are looking for. Extremely easy transfer system, if you decide you would like to work in a different area. Great shift differential compensation for RN's, especially weekend pay.
Long hours. Employee portion for insurance coverage is too expensive if you have a spouse and/or children. Work schedules are not flexible. Must work holidays and every other weekend. All RN's are required to have a BSN at the start of employment for most non-clinical jobs, and all others now, or you must go back to school to acquire your BSN with 5 yrs of employment for all patient care jobs. That's completely obbsurd. Experience and knowledge should mean more than having a higher degree. When in nursing, mostly everything you learn, and everything you need to learn to do a good job, is on the job.
Advice to Management
You always need to have a positive attitude with your employees. And help your employees any way you can to make it a more positive work environment. Always recognize a good job done, and make a point to tell your employees what a great job they do and how much you appreciate them, individually. It will make a more positive, happy work environment for everyone. Don't take your individual stress out on your employees. Get out on the floor and actually help your nurses when they are desperate for some help, and you're not in a meeting, instead of sitting in the office every day and going to breakfast and lunch for an hour at a time with the other managers. Just be more hands on and physically help when it's needed. Always be assertive. Not aggressive when you're updating your employees about a new important policy change or a mandatory class or anything new. Just be nice. It goes a long way. Strive to have good leadership qualities instead of mistreating your employees ever. What type of boss would you like to have? Strive to be that boss/that person to others.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through other source. I interviewed at FirstHealth of the Carolinas.
Group interviews. Tons of technical questions. Lasted for 1hr. Question about Active Directory, Dns, and scripting. Overall a good experience. Gives the staff a good feel for new hirees.
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FirstHealth of the Carolinas maintains a health care network that spans across 15 counties in the mid-Carolinas. The network includes three hospitals (Moore Regional, Richmond Memorial, and Montgomery Memorial) that provide emergency, surgical, acute care, and diagnostic services and have a combined capacity of about 580 beds. Its largest hospital, Moore Regional, includes an inpatient rehabilitation center and a heart hospital. FirstHealth of the Carolinas also operates satellite facilities including family practice clinics, fitness centers, and dental practices. In ...