I worked at HEMATOLOGY ONCOLOGY ASSOC OF THE PALM BEACHES full-time (More than a year)
It was a Monday through Friday job, no weekends, no call. Nice office environment. Dinners with drug reps in the evenings that were free and consisted of inservices to further your education.
Two months after I started working there, management and doctors announced that the RNs would be going on salary. We had no choice in the matter, this was the way it was going to be. No overtime. When I interviewed for the position, I was told that if I was hired, I would work at the Boynton Beach office (which was 5 minutes from my house and OCCASIONALLY fill in at other locations for sick calls and vacations.) A few weeks after I was hired, I was told that I would be at the Boynton Beach office only one day a week, and the other 4 days of the week I would be going to the Loxahatchee office. The Loxahatchee office was a 30 minute drive one-way from my home, and no gas allowance or mileage reimbursement was provided. I continued this for a YEAR.
Advice to Management
The office manager should not tell the RNs how to do their job.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at HEMATOLOGY ONCOLOGY ASSOC OF THE PALM BEACHES (Naperville, IL) in July 2015.
There was just one interview, and they gave me the spot on the job. It was a pretty easy interview, with questions like what kind of skills do you have and how does that help in attention to detail (which is what the job really required).
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