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Very long and time-consuming. Three to four test and another phone conversation about your personality. They have a great mission but I would really want to work there for a long time after the interview process.

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Yes they can

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My position was 12 to 24 hour shifts both day/nights/weekends, and some holidays.

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They moved my department to Mason Ohio and permanatley laid us off. I was a full time employee
working mandatory overtime when they moved our jobs. They agreed to hire me back in a different position working full time hours but as PRN which means I’m only garaunteed 8 hours every 2 weeks and I cannot accrue any paid time off. If I ever need time off or get sick, I do not get paid. I also lost all of my paid vacation days and my 403B retire account. They will allow me to have a 403B but they took away all funds that were company matched and all of my bonuses that were put into my retirement account. They no longer will company match what I put into it. I had to complete a 90 day new employee time. Which I did when I was first hired in, then again when they switched from Parallon to Mercy, and then again when I was laid off and moved to this position. I was however allowed to keep my ranking and did lose any time I had accrued with the company. But since I am now PRN I’m not continuing to earn time vested into the company and I cannot become fully vested until I have 5 years accrued....which will never happen if I cannot get hired back in FT or PT. Which why would they hire me in when I work just as much as a full time employee, do better work, and they don’t have to provide me with absolutely any benefits nor allow me to build a suitable retirement fund so I can retire someday....

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Offers excellent health insurance, vision and life insurance at a discounted rate

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Hospital clinic

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As soon as you are hired but not vested until five years of service.

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Health benefits are available starting from hire date

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Much less than compared to Michigan blood. About a weeks worth.

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Most positions are entry level, but the more education you have the better. Basic computer knowledge is a must.

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