Based on 190 responses, the job of Charge Nurse (LPN) has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.61 out of 5. On average, Charge Nurse (LPN)s are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Charge Nurse (LPN)?
"Patient focused environment managed by caring individuals."
Charge Nurse (LPN) in Cockeysville:
Pros: My patients and the difference my nursing skills make in their life.
Cons: Required to work 3 12 hour shifts.
"Departments heads dont have your back."
Charge Nurse (LPN) in Birmingham:
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"Great place, close to home."
Charge Nurse (LPN) in Bristol:
Pros: I live in Bristol Va and work in Abingdon Va
Cons: pay is less than in the state of Tn
"At my current position it is stressful but Canton is a beautiful town."
Charge Nurse (LPN) in Canton:
Pros: Dedication to residents care
Charge Nurse (LPN) in Indianapolis:
Pros: Providing care for the people that have fought for our country.
Cons: Not having the amount of staff to provide the best care for our HERO'S
"Underpaid and unappreciated! Always short staffed! They will hire brand new nurses fresh out of school and offer the same pay that it took 4 years for a charge nurse to achieve."
Charge Nurse (LPN) in Yorktown:
Pros: Most of the patients and their families have alot of respect and appreciation for the nursing staff. As Charge nurse, my nursing knowledge, customer service and managerial skills are expected and respected by patients and families and most of the nursing staff.
Cons: My Director of Nursing is unprofessional and because of the position, I feel like my DON takes advantage of it and demeans staff regularly. Loss of staffing has and continues to be directly connected to the DON.
Charge Nurse (LPN) in Mobile:
Pros: Close to family
Cons: not enough areas for elderly workers and state is not a Multi state licensee