After a 4 month hiring process, I was finally hired, after taking another job closer to home. Decided to work both jobs but ended up dropping this one as the MANDATORY OVERTIME was absolutely insane. I mean so much so that I almost got fired from my other job because I was forced to stay and work. They are very short staffed - Why? Does it have something to do with the 4 month hiring process? HR is pathetic. They can't keep track of new hires and they don't know how to schedule.
Worst job in terms of management. The residents are awesome. You will never meet a more interesting bunch of people. It's sad that they have to live here and be treated to poor quality of care because management can't/won't move the hiring process along faster.
Other similar jobs can hire in as soon as 1 week. I had all my stuff in order (physical, PPD, background check, etc.)
Save yourself the time and hassle and work somewhere else. The benefits are not even that great anymore since they took away the pension.
Long hiring process, loss of pension