Plastic surgery as a hiring incentive - page 2

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  1. by   dawngloves
    Quote from Teresag_CNS
    I vote for insulting on the basis of sexism. Does this strategy help recruit male nurses? What about we females who are quite happy with our imperfect bodies? How about providing child care and paid time off for pregnancies, child rearing, family caregiving, etc.? I'm disgusted.
    The article does mention child care as an additional incentive and Checkloslavakia is very generous with it's maternity leave and PTO ( 22 weeks with 75% of salary). Dental care and eye care are free. All healthcare is free in Checkloslavakia. So no one need worry about forgoing braces and glasses for a little nip/tuck.

    With the price of gas what it is in Europe though, I'd get the lipo instead of the car.
  2. by   I love my cat!
    Quote from Teresag_CNS
    How about providing child care and paid time off for pregnancies, child rearing, family caregiving, etc.? I'm disgusted.
    Well, this actually discriminates against people that have made the choice to: not reproduce, cannot reproduce or just do not want to follow the whole family 'life script™'.
  3. by   ZanatuBelmont
    Quote from MtDew322
    Oh now what an excellent benefit! Haha! *I'm serious*
  4. by   MissBehavin
    I guess it is a cool benefit, if you like plastic surgery. However not for 1,000 a month salary! LOL. I might be more inclined to like it if the pay was good, AND THEN their were benefits like surgery. (The cherry on top, kind of deal)
  5. by   LPN-Rena
    Where is this facility located and is it still hiring?
  6. by   dawngloves
    Quote from MissBehavin
    I guess it is a cool benefit, if you like plastic surgery. However not for 1,000 a month salary! LOL. I might be more inclined to like it if the pay was good, AND THEN their were benefits like surgery. (The cherry on top, kind of deal)
    First, I'd like to apologize to the people of Czechoslovakia for misspelling the name of their country last night. (gotta stop posting after working all day).

    $1000 a month may not be a bad deal. Chicken, $1.20 a pound.Loaf of bread, $1. 1L milk 76 cents.4 pack of Activia yogurt. $1.93.Roll of TP, 26 cents. Bottle of Cabernet Savignon $4.16.....This place sounds better and better to me! LOL!
  7. by   dawngloves
    I just saw a super cute two bedroom apartment for $624/month! Now, I don't anything about the area, but it's very Euro-rific looking.
  8. by   hiddencatRN
    *Plans move to Czechoslovakia*
  9. by   Carliestarling
    Of course, that's not in the US, where I found that I am earning more money (with less stress and hours) tending bar than nursing in FL--so I am no longer a practicing RN. So much for the shortage.

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