Chaotic,disorganised, and not particularly friendly.
The staff employed are often those with extraordinarily little to no experienced taken on by those already working at the facility.
This is true of agency healthcare assistant - some may never have worked in such environment but is more often taken on because of who they know.
You are left very much to do a lot by yourself with those who are supposed to support having very little themselves to no experience in dealing with a crisis and is often finding excuses to do something else leaving you to carry the burden if mistakes are made.
The most enjoyable part of the job is when it is time to leave the premises, when you have finally finished certain aspect of the work that those scream at you, putting pressure on you to do the things that they themselves can do when it should be a shared experience.
Free lunch, either for the lunch time or evening, not twice a day when on duty.
You don't exactly use the skills you begin the job with, and you never finish work on time.