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Fire everyone and start from scratch. They need a total overhaul!

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Theoretically, annually, but management makes it so"budget" only allows favorites to get raises (those with poor end of course reviews !)

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Be careful because they will lead you to believe that you definitely have the position, make you wait many weeks then say "they are going in another direction but please apply again after they string you along almost a month!

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Intense but friendly environment, not intimidating

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Chamberlain College of Nursing offers 401k, Medical, Vision and Dental that all start day one. Tuition Advantage Benefit Program. Vacation time off, 11 paid holidays off & PTO days. Great culture and working environment with opportunities for advancement.

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This is an Adjunct Part Time instructor role that does not include benefits. One usually teaches 15-20 hours per week remotely with great flexibility. The pay is based on an 8 week session in which you are paid a competitive amount for the 8 weeks. It is not per hour but per session.

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I applied for the position online. I received a call for a phone interview. The phone interview went well and was pretty straight forward.

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Behavioral Based questions.

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Going to work each day is fine because you get to work from home. On days where you must go to the office, you are excited to see your coworkers. Everyone works together as a team effort.

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