Is Nursing Still an Attractive Career Choice? - page 6
At a time of grim prospects for Americans without a college degree, nursing can look like a rare chance not just for a job but a real career. Or at least it did.... Read More
0Jun 1, '13 by BrandonLPN, LPNI get the distinct impression that magnet hospitals are anti-union, too.
Too much power at the top in magnet hospitals it seems to me. Maybe I'm off-base, but it's been my experience from what I see in my neck of the woods. The big magnet healthcare corporation here seems to relish taking over government and/or unionized facilities and privatizing them.
0Jun 1, '13 by MendedHeartYea I dont really know too muxh about all that...but I just really enjoy working where I work.
0Jun 1, '13 by LadyFree28, BSN, RNIn my area, there is a Magnet hospital with a union, one had a union the ended up busting the own union because there was so much collusion...much better after Magnet status. Others, great places to work with great benefits.
Still thinks in comes down to the team philosophy and leadership and how "pro-nurse" (or pro-union) the org is.
0Jun 1, '13 by LadyFree28, BSN, RNQuote from 2013SNGrad...and it does come down to job satisfaction as well.Yea I dont really know too muxh about all that...but I just really enjoy working where I work.
0Jun 1, '13 by PMFB-RNQuote from 2013SNGrad*** Well like I said. They can't all suck.Wow...I work at a Magnet hospital..has been one for 8 years and I love it!!! It has won Best place to work in area for years and on top 10 best hopitals to work for in US.