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If you aren't a nurse or have a degree, you are NOT treated with respect from management, supervisors, Highmark. Only people who get recognized are nurses. There's an entire week of NURSES WEEK activities & not even a mention of PAs medical assistants, NAs or clerical - not even a mention!
Management has NO respect for you if you are the almighty NURSE!

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Medical, Dental, Life Insurance, Vision, 403B and pension plan.

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I interviewed at a job fair at the hospital..got received an offer 3 days later!! Everyone was very helpful.

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Pay attention to employee turn-over rate & investigate instead of turning a blind eye. Everyone who resigns should be given a chance for an exit interview. I know a specific employee who has left & returned 5 times & has NEVER been offered an exit interview.

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Expectation is at least 50+ if you are salaried, and they will dock your pay if you are under 40 hours any week.

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The externship process took about 2-3 weeks, as I had already completed the preliminary steps for externship through Career Training Academy.

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Once per "year" but somehow 12 months turn into 16 months. We get emails from the CEO "we are investing in our employees" which everyone knows means that management will get a nice BIG cushy raise & we will get 30 cents - and that would be considered a lot!

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Get EVERYTHING in writing. They may promise a lot but as soon as you start they will forget everything they said to you. On offer if salaried it will state that you will work 40 hours per week. But management will schedule you for 50-60 hours per week, and they expect you to do it without saying a word.

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The software developers are within reach,, if not physically, then by phone.

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Did you like working for your previous employer, have you ever worked in call center before

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