Henry Ford Health System is a family oriented environment. It affords its employees growth opportunities, flexibility with work schedules, excellent benefits and, an overall sense of warmth and pride.
MPL was a wonderful experience. I worked my way from floor nurse to charge nurse to supervisor of a 340 bed facility. I was given the opportunity to care for clients with a wide range of challenges. I was given the chance to be a part of management and assist in partnering with hospitals improve the outcome of cardiac and rehab clients.
I'm someone who has autisim (well asperbergs) and anxiety, I'm also a introvert who hates group projects and small talk (specifically phone calls). Is there any type of job that doesn't have to deal with those 3 things? Just curious.
I've come to understand that Trucking driving is more then just a job because the world depends on us as drivers not only to deliver there product but to do it in a safe and timely manner. It's gives me the satisfaction of helping others and that in itself brings me great joy. That's why I love my job.
What I loved about my last job is..it wasn't boring and time flew by. The hardest part about it was,it was too far away,and they would change schedule at anytime.
Love taking care of people been working as a cna since 2002 love my job. Love being able to provide patients with ADL's being able to help someone and getting them back to walking and eating and being able to see them go home is amazing. Being a cna is has been amazing.
Amazon is definitely Isn’t for everyone .you have to be on your feet for 10 hours you have to meet production. and is a very challenging job I love it. I do cycle counting can’t complain about Amazon .
I applied for a job I am well qualified for, as most of us have, hoping for a response. A local company has contacted me for a phone interview which I'm sure will lead to a more personal interview. The problem is...they have a really bad online rating, 33 reviews from previous employees (the most I've seen for a small company), 25% positive at best. Most reviews are sincere and show management has been reviled for several years. How should I acknowledge their response, check them out, weigh my options, without burning a future bridge knowing they MAY not be a good fit? NOTE: They are a subsidiary of a larger corporation within the US with a local footprint of just under 100 employees.