where to work? (Asian or MMC?) - page 8
by lenjoy03 | 14,469 Views | 74 Comments
Hi everyone.... Well I'm currently thinking of where to work. My first option is Makati Medical Center. I graduated in that institution and our school is always the priority when it comes to hiring nurses there. I know the... Read More
- 0Jan 12, '09 by ladygie24hi lenjoy03! :wink2:
glad to hear that you're already working in mmc.. i'm a 4th year bsn student planning to take the june2009 nle.
i am already considering my options after i pass the board (hopefully, with god's help .:wshgrt:
mmc is one of the hospitals i planned to apply, being one of the top medical institutions in the country.
i'm just curious as to the salary grade if ever i get to pass the cetn and be hired as a probationary staff nurse. i'm from cagayan de oro city and if i work in manila, i'd like to be financially independent. so, is the the salary of a probationary staff nurse sufficient for the cost of living there in manila?
for how long will you be on probation?
is there a salary increase afterwards?
and for how long are you required to stay with them? as stipulated in the contract, i mean...
i would really appreciate it if you can shed some light on this matter.
- 2Jan 13, '09 by lenjoy03first, you must know that CETN has no salary. If you get hired, then you'll have a salary of I can't mention here. Then it increases when your a regular. Trust me, newly hired has a higher salary than regulars. Every year there's a salary increase of course.
Probation is 6 months. Then if you pass the evaluation, then you'll be regular entitled with the benefits.
Cost of living in Makati is a bit high. But if you know how to budget your money, then definitely, you'll get through all your daily expenses.