American Red Cross
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272 questions about working at American Red Cross
When you leave or retire from this organization, even after many years, they show you zero appreciation.
Answered March 20, 2017
I would change the time frame of calls being made out
Answered May 24, 2019
Phone screen, HR interview, and then interview with the department manager or supervisor. They were all very kind when I went through the process. Took about 10 days total.
Answered June 2, 2016
It's what you make of it and how well you can adapt. Overtime is common and the environment is like any other job: the good with the bad.
Answered February 25, 2016
Connecting with individuals who are willing to help others
Answered November 30, 2019
Applied after noticing position in Plain Dealer
Answered June 13, 2016
Upper Management
Answered January 12, 2018
Have a question...for mobile phlebotomist, if someone has a problem driving the truck due to right ankle problems, but can work just fine. In other words is driving an absolute requirement?
Answered September 20, 2016
Now it's Team Care medical insurance forced on us by the union.
Answered February 25, 2016
Not so much flexible, but management does understand that life happens
Answered March 16, 2020
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