rn Job Reviews
Women who are rns have an overall job satisfaction level of 3.3, 85.7% of them believe there is gender equality in their firms, and make an average salary range of $50k-$80k.
They do a great top (60% of pay) up above the standard provincially funded maternity leave (we are in Canada).
Generally speaking, organization is open minded and women-friendly. Women represented in senior management.
Mostly women, like a lot of ICUs we did have more male nurses. Despite the fact that most the nurses are female, management on my unit was predominantly male and a male from outside was brought in when a manager position opened up. Overall though good benefits, 12 weeks maternity leave, 6 weeks with partial pay through short term disability and 6 unpaid, better than where I am now. Best bet for advancement, as with most hospitals, is to get more education and complete your masters and move on to a different role if you want to move beyond staff nurse.
Since this is a medical center, there are many women here. I am not sure of maternity leave yet
for other RNs, Management is often not respectful of nurses, other non-licensed personnel are encouraged to question authority. This makes RN's jobs harder.
when i first started the company was great. now it is a nightmare. men or women - it doesn't matter. you get worked to death for less than desirable wages.