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28 questions about working at Cleveland Clinic
Ok so it does take rather long for non nursing positions. I applied through an employee referral. Received a phone interview within a week with HR. Then another phone interview with management after another week. Then the next week I had an in person interview with management and the associates. The end of that week I received notice to upload references- here's the bad part. They use an invalid system called Skillsurvey to check references. You can't even reach this company via phone when you call. Say for instance you use 2 managers from you current position. If both of these managers fill the questionnaire on the same network ie: company modem, it will flag you as a liar. If you send the verification link from a work computer and one manager uses the same modem, it flags you as a liar. My point is for scientific or analytical positions, they use systems that are scientifically wrong. So you may be the right candidate, but their systems will label you as dishonest. Honestly, the HR Dept should be held to the same standards of validity as physicians. But I digress. Read up on Skillsurvey, the lawsuits they've faced and try to give them a phone call during a normal daytime hour. Then decide if you want to submit the info or remove yourself from the running for a position that doesn't require it.
Answered June 20, 2016
The typical ones:why should we hire you?what are you strengths/weaknesses?how do you perform under pressure?what are you looking for out of this position?when will you be able to start?etc stuff like those, may also depend on the position you're applying for. hope it helps.
Answered January 4, 2017
Breathe, be calm, be yourself, give honest answers, ask questions at the end of interview and thank the interviewers. depending on the position many of them started off where you were so they understand you're nervous and if you were brought in for the interview you passed the first big step, so congrats.
Answered July 5, 2017
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Answered October 5, 2016
Applied for a job on company site and they had a video portion where you can record your answers (so i did that), then they called for some hiring event they were having. i went there and spoke with various people. it really depends to be honest, first start off applying on the company site but you an always check online for postings about job fairs (in person and online) to see if there's any luck there. hope it helps
Answered July 12, 2016
They will possibly have you meet with other potential people of management or people who you maybe working with so that they can meet with you and ask some additional questions (if they have any at all). depends on the position i think.
Answered June 22, 2018
How hard is it to get an interview
Asked December 13, 2019
Not hard, lots of HR personnel always looking to bring in talent for countless positions.
Answered December 13, 2019
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