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.
Very nice u meet your boss befour u start
Interview at holiday inn Cleveland clinic moussa was very nice and made me feel comfortable
Phone interview for RN consisted of behavior type questions. HR set an interview with nursing managers and shadowing in two days. Info was sent at 2:30 that morning after I arrived at the hotel so take notes during phone interview. Interview with more behavior type questions after I shadowed for two hours. Looked promising and was handed a business card. Also, received an email that I had 24 hours to submit references. Then received an email the following week that I’m not a candidate on the same day to set up another phone interview with Cleveland Clinic in a different department.
I was given a intense and informative overview of the Cleveland Clinic in witch I thought was very great Because it is a very large company they did not miss anything and you could ask questions that they did not hesitate to answer for you.
I was an internal hire, so my interview wasn't really formal.
Answered - Patient Service Call Center Representative (Former Employee) - Solon, OH
My 1st interview was done by 3 Supervisors. This is very intense and can be unsettling. I was asked a lot about Excel and Remote Access. My choice for schedule at the time was days only and therefore took about 2 months to actually start working.
Answered - ITD Service Desk Specialist (Current Employee) - Beachwood, OH
Been a very long time ago!! But was very professional.
Answered - Patient Financial Service Representative (Former Employee) - Akron, OH
Tends to take a long time.
Answered - Therapist (Current Employee) - Cleveland, OH
Answered - Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - Willoughby, OH