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Would my personal involvement in recovery programs help or hurt my chances of being offered a job with Cleanslate?


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It depends, I was previously active In a nonprofit organization – – but unless you strictly adhere to clean Slate walk the walk and talk the talk and have no opinions that stray it might be OK. I was discouraged from continuing, even though The work had potential to influence recovery programs and reimbursements in the state. I would never say anything against my employer, but there are more ways than the clean slate way to get patients off opiates. Keeping as many options open for patients Is important.

Answered - Provider (Former Employee) - United States

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No, it would probably help if you were serious.

Answered - Service Representative (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL

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