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I didn't leave on my own ,I was ask to leave because I had 3 women there that didn't like me why I don't know. They allow bullying there and after turning them in to HR nothing was done about it !! So they used the excuse that it just wasn't working out. Easyer to get rid of me because I had just started them to get rid of the other three that been there a few years !! I will never work for this company again ! I put a lot of time into this job and was treated like scum !!

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Acully help a employee when they are being bullied !! Instead of ignoring the situation !

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Stressful, especially when you work by yourself in the ER as a Patient Access Repersentative and your still learning everything and they leave you on your own !! Over worked and Under paid !! And they allow bullying !!

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My interview went great. In fact I never filled out an application or anything at all. They found my resume online and called me. I had an interview with unit director and after 30 or 40 mins he gave me a tour around the floor. At that point I knew I was hired. I received a phone call within I week.

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I'm still in my orientation,but feeling exhausted,maybe too much work..

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Depends on your department on what hours you are scheduled

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7 hours /payday

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I submitted an application during the summer of 1998, after obtaining my experiences aas a Certified Nursing Assistant for the state of VA. During the interview I was asked about my experiences of taking care of patients, I do love the job of taking care of patients, but it was something I did not want to do all my life. I do not mean taking care of patient, my definition is not directly or at bedside. A lot of patient need help and can be taking care of, in different ways, Such as help with medical insurance, financial questions, and explanation of their benefits.

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Lower management was my first line of communication with the company and just absolutely stunk

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