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What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Epic Health Services?

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I do my training at epic and I need my certification for Home Health Aide, All of them are beautiful people

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I did my training at epic I never give me my Home Health Aide Certification,

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Just show up. They are desperate and don't care what your qualifications are as long they have a warm body. Pay is ok, could be better, no PTO, poor insurance, "discount" card for prescriptions which is no better than what I paid without insurance. They promise other work of your client goes on vacation or is in hospital but they don't get you anything so you go without pay (file for unemployment). Office from corporate down VERY VERY organized. I get weekly emails from corporate asking me to come work for them even though I have told then repeatedly I already am employed with the company. Only good thing is the family I work with. They are wonderful!!

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Ask questions and get a complete understanding about the client and hours. Because everything I was told at my interview was a lie.

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Well, I just interviewed a week ago. I'm a PCA or PCS and they lied to me and have no idea what's going on. I work for other companies this one is just bad.

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Simply, don't waste your time. It's candy and cupcakes the first week. It's all politics from there based on if they like you or not. Plus, the pay is much better elsewhere. You're a nurse; jobs are every where.

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Run away because they will not only make you stay after your shift, they don't value the employee. Nor do they care about the patients.

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DONT DO IT. You are just shorting yourself. If you are right out of school and need a job....maybe.

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