Ryman Healthcare
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Ryman Healthcare Employee Review

Ryman

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18 March 2018
Poor management, not organised and was thrown in the deep end with no help when i first started. Didn't feel as though i was treated fairly and as an equal.
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3.0Work/Life Balance
1.0Salary/Benefits
2.0Job Security/Advancement
1.0Management
1.0Culture
Pros
Talking to the elderly people and forming bonds
Cons
Poor management skills on their part
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Good Staff mostly helpful
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