Based on 938 responses, the job of Charge Nurse (RN) has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.79 out of 5. On average, Charge Nurse (RN)s are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Charge Nurse (RN)?
"Hard steady work."
Charge Nurse (RN) in South Boston:
Pros: Helping patients improve
"Taking care of 12 patients and charging the floor."
Charge Nurse (RN) in Richmond:
Pros: my co workers are lovely
Cons: the workload is heavy,this care delivery model that they just started at my job is awful. I have to take 12 patients in a team plus charge the floor,it's a mess.
Charge Nurse (RN):
My direct manager is great, upper management needs to go. My coworkers are amazing. The pay is great and the benefits are pretty good too. Ive worked for Dignity for 12 years and I get 9 weeks of PTO. I feel that I have the support to do my job and voice is heard when change is needed.
Charge Nurse (RN) in Quakertown:
Pros: Patients & co-workers
"A Consistent Place to Work with Excellent Co-Workers."
Charge Nurse (RN) in Calumet City:
Pros: The drive to work is not too far. My co-workers are the greatest colleagues a person could ask for!
Cons: The resources we need are not always immediately available. Many of my co-workers and their contributions to the business are not valued. We have a difficult time attracting good/competent professionals to our workplace.
Charge Nurse (RN) in Tinley Park:
The pay here is very low - so low that they are having trouble hiring ANYONE and people are leaving in droves. The new management obviously does not value talent, experience, or loyalty. I am 20 hours short on my full time check this pay period.
"The job can be rewarding."
Charge Nurse (RN) in Stone Mountain:
Pros: Helping people in crisis
Cons: The co workers always a t like it's a hard nursing job, but it really isn't. The communication between nurses is terrible, the morale is terrible.