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What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Saber Healthcare?

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Focus on team work and patient care, all long-term care facilities have high-turn over so I talked about how I wanted a place with longevity and stability so that I could stay there a long time. I love it

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Saber tries to give everyone a chance, however, not everyone is a good fit for healthcare. Be honest when interviewing so the department manager has a clear picture of your expectations and ethics.

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Do no believe anything they say turn over is very high

Answered - Director of Nursing (Former Employee) - Maple Heights, OH

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First really look at the staff, if there are all new staff beware for very high turnover and definitely ask about orientation saber has the worst orientation I have ever experienced, you need to be oriented to be a good productive employee. Not given a few words of luck and sent on your way blindly.

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Be involved, express your ideas and opinions

Answered - Dietary Aide (Current Employee) - Seven Hills, OH

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ABSOLUTELY STAY AWAY from Saber!!
DEPLORABLE nursing to patient care!!!!
No compliance staff education
VERY POOR management staff - mostly there are 30-Day Wonders with no experience!
Expect to work overtime with no notice!!
No promoting from within!
POOR communications from management to staff!!!

Answered - Rehab therapist (Current Employee) - Willoughby, OH

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Be a "yes man" and don't expect much in the way of compassion.

Answered - Maintenance Director (Former Employee) - Raeford, NC

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