Ryman Healthcare
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1 August 2018
Pay rise but still uneducated, rude, all smile when managers around then gossiping after. Too many meetings by manager. Desperate for a job or no qualification/visa then work here, I plan to leave soon
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Pros
Ok uniform
Cons
Bad management, lazy staff who have bad attitude. No chance to promote
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