I have been working at Saint Louis University Hospital full-time (More than a year)
Great money, lots of overtime and bonuses. You can make a lot of money. Meeting great people. Getting to experience your patients feeling great after a bad situation has happen to them.
A lot of people you work with your not going to get along with. dont get me wrong theres a lot of people you can get along with. Theres a lot of watching your back. People are not team workers. They are very quick to try and get you out.
Advice to Management
To become more firmer with the co workers. I have seen a lot of new management come in over the year of the company partnering with SSM. The management to me and many others have to be a lot firmer. The fact they have become to "friendly" caused people to lose jobs and become more of not a team player to the other co workers and give them the green light to tell the management team to get someone fired instead of giving someone a chance and telling them what they did wrong and could do to fix it.
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Saint Louis University Hospital (Saint Louis, MO) in December 2016.
It was a Skype interview in which I meet with the lead floor nurse as well as a peer, who asked me behavioral based questions. I was also asked many different questions about my nursing experience.