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What is the interview process like?

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I have seen the job opening for a BOM several times. I have had 2 interviews. Each interview was with a different person and they seem not to know what they wanted. I did not receive a call or letter letting me know they made another decision. They either don't know what they need, or they do not know who to train employees for this particular job.

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It was bad. I had an 11:00 am appointment and was finally interviewed at 12:30 for five minutes by a charge nurse. VERY disorganized. If they treat a potential employee this way --- how do they treat their actual employees?

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Not a real interview. They're so short staffed they just wanted to know if I can pass background check. Didn't care about anything else

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It's not bad at all it was a very relaxed interviewing process

Answered - Prep Cook/Dishwasher (Former Employee) - Tallmadge, OH

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I applied and it took about a week.to.receive a call for an initial interview. The next interview was set that day for the following week.

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Training is quick,you're on the floor on your own in 2 days.The other nurses try to seal your downfall by not answering questions that you may have or helping you if you need help because you're new.DON Vanessa is a joke n the only time they pretend to care is when family members show up.They give better treatment to the residents if they're family is at the facility alot.They make sure THEY get their meds on time,even if it means neglecting others.If you wanna keep your license,don't work there because if anything goes wrong,even if it's partly their fault,they will throw you under the bus.

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I was interviewed by the DON. A lot of random questions to gauge personality. Nothing difficult. She was very open about the difficulties within the facility which I appreciate.
The ratios appear very doable. The facility is very pretty. It's not until you start working that you come to understand why people are hauling a*** out of there.

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Routine for this field

Answered - Clinical Nurse (Current Employee) - Boonsboro, MD

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Their "interview" process is terrible. They are completely unprofessional. When I initially applied, I came in and was told that they didn't have time to interview me that day, but would have a "chitchat" with me out in the lobby. They asked maybe one question that would even come up in an interview. I apply a couple months later, I'm called for an interview, and I don't even get the chance to do the actual interview before I'm told that I'm ineligible for hire because I had already been interviewed. The woman had a horrible, snotty attitude and was entirely evasive. It was like being in high school all over again.

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Casual and generic

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