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    1. 1.0
      Apr 17, 2021
      MRI Technologist
      Former Employee, more than 8 years
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      Pay, 5:00 and nothing else


      Awful management, lots of back stabbing and immature behavior. Management has no idea how to manage their employee's work schedule. Work you like crazy then flex you as soon as your work is finished. Employees feel like they're always being watched by upper management and work in fear. Holidays are taken out of your PTO bank, making it diffuse to accrue time off. Toxic environment.

      1. 3.0
        Jul 3, 2016
        RN Staff Nurse
        Former Employee, more than 10 years
        Sacramento, CA
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        Staff is mostly great. Benefits for medical are free to employee and family which is major. Salary is also quite good in Sacramento.


        Upper management not in touch with rank and file. Human kindness does not start at the top as they would like the world to believe. Staffing ratios can not meet productivity expectations no matter how staff may try.

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