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Do not try working here the management is a jerk who is prejudice and does not know how to treat employees. Stay far away as you can. Ex employee

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Health, dental, 401 k and vision. However federal holidays come out of your paid days off which makes it difficult to build up

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Depends on the location and the position you are applying for. I applied on a Thursday, got a call from a recruiter the next day, requested references via email survey. 5 references are required (2 previous/current management) . The email survey is confidential, so you won’t see the response that your references put. I got a call to set up an interview the next day. Was told at the interview that I’d know within 48hrs, Be it a yes or a no.

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Happy, as fulfilling a passion not a position.

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You get 6% of working hours for sick days, Holidays and vacation days. 2080 hours less 6% days worked times 6%. So it's 14.66 days includes ALL 6 major holidays. If in accounting than you work every day even if holiday or Sunday if falls in 1st thru the 5th of the month without pay and dies not qualify towards the 6%. Basically giving t least 12 7 hour days to company for free. Due to the religious beliefs, Management forbids working on any Saturday

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Not often enough. Nobody gets promoted either

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Interview process is simple accompanied with a sit down by every manager, and the head of the talent agency who scouts new people, if you did good you'll feel it. It's followed by a call or an email saying you got the job.

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Non regionalized policy, processes (sometimes inconsistent) between hospitals in and outside the region,

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Work until you are done

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