Be prepared for the process to take months and months and to not have any ongoing communication with anyone.
Just answer all questions honestly and if there something that you are dont know just ask
Answered - Environmental Services Technician (Current Employee) - Cudahy, WI
That you are willing to move into various departments as needed for the knowledge and experience and the fulfillment.
Answered - Rehabilitation Office Manager (Former Employee) - Elkhorn, WI
Be honest and truly let them see who you are and what your worth
Answered - Food Service Worker (Current Employee) - Milwaukee, WI
Make sure you get informed about the position; especially if it a "new" program. Make sure management is accountable for the training of new personnel and if other staff are training you; make sure they are truly training you and inform management if they are not.
Ask to see where you will be working and ask more questions on what a typical day would be like
Answered - Financial Advocate (Former Employee) - Oshkosh, WI
Make sure you have two supervisors and three coworkers for references
Answered - HVAC Technician (Former Employee) - Kenosha, WIKenosha
I think our interview process is easy, they will just go over your job description and how your skills match.
Answered - Public Benefits Case Manager (Current Employee) - Milwaukee, WI
Be prepared to put your heart into your job
Answered - Technician II (Current Employee) - Sheboygan, WI
Answered - Health Information Clerk (Current Employee) - Milwaukee, WI