Action Urgent Care
Happiness rating is 35 out of 100
3.1 out of 5 stars.
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Interviews at Action Urgent Care

Here’s what others thought about the interview process at Action Urgent Care.
Interview experience
Based on 21 interviews
Interview difficulty
Based on 21 interviews
Interview process length
Based on 19 interviews
About a week

Interview process at Action Urgent Care

Overall experience

On a scale of 1-10 where 1 is Poor and 10 is Excellent, rating is 6.

On a scale of 1-10 where 1 is Easy and 10 is Difficult, rating is 3.

Interview process length
About a week
About a day or two
About two weeks
More than one month
About a month
Most reported steps
Phone call/screening
Problem solving exercises
Background check
Group interview
Least reported steps
Take-home/sample work
Drug test

What candidates say about the interview process at Action Urgent Care

  • It was very brief.
    Shared on April 20, 2021 - Radiologic Technologist - San Jose, CA
  • Totally unprofessional
    Shared on December 16, 2020 - Customer Service - San Jose, CA
  • It was a quick process only took a couple weeks to get hired
    Shared on August 22, 2019 - Licensed Vocational Nurse - Lincoln, CA

Interview questions at Action Urgent Care

Commonly asked questions, as reported by candidates

  • Nothing - Interview literally lasted for 15 mins but nobody showed up on my 1st scheduled interview because interviewer got fired too.
    Shared on December 29, 2020 - Former Kyla Expert - San Jose, CA
  • Basic, standard interview questions. Nothing extraordinary. Very easy to prep for.
    Shared on October 28, 2020 - former employee - former employee

Interview tips at Action Urgent Care

Dress code for the interview
  • Business casual (e.g. dress slacks)57%
  • Formal (business suit)22%
  • Special outfit (e.g. protective gear)17%
  • They didn’t have a dress code4%
  • Casual (t-shirt and jeans)0%

What advice do candidates give for interviewing at Action Urgent Care

  • Be prepared to explain how you handle a busy workplace environment, and justify how flexible you are as an employee to work weekends and other clinics in proximity.
    Shared on July 5, 2020 - Licensed Vocational Nurse - Sacramento, CA
  • Just be yourself and don't be afraid if you don't have too much experience in healthcare. I started as a lifeguard, progressed to volunteering in a hospital, and this was my first clinical job. They'l…
    Shared on October 17, 2019 - Medical Assistant - San Jose, CA
  • They are very unprofessional
    Shared on January 21, 2019 - LVN Nurse - San Jose, CA