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The sky is the limit for a top quality facility. The area has needed the medical health and wellness for the Cape Canaveral, Port and surrounding area. The Maritimers, fishermen, Port workers, cruise staffing has not had a convient medical facility for at least the 17 years I have been here. Health care is here to stay, after all the older baby boomers are no longer babies but need many health related need. Keeping quality, great working team, positive atmosphere to gain respect from the community, continuing knowledge of newest equipment and service, it will be a winner.

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A month. You’ll get a phone interview where they’ll ask you say something in Spanish (usually once they hear you speak Spanish clearly you’ll get the onboard package through email), then you’ll have to take a urine drug test, then fingerprints, and a background check, when all those clear they’ll send you the schedule when to start training. Training is about two weeks ( online and hands on (both paid) ) then you’ll get your uniforms and iD badges.

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The CEO need to look for good leads, be rude, threatening workers not mean you're a lead, in general, even a good morning will be something wrong to this named lead, it's incredible, even in Case management, school. All that people are wrong. They need to hire more workers because we work really hard but it's to much work with the same people. When the Human Resources gave an offert letter please keep your offer because when you finish the training they change the shift, position and that's not fear.
The project it's good, the company it's good, but the problem is at the facility.

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The same thing everyone one wants, respect and confidence with the provider. Pride with where they go.

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Never specified in my contract I was hired in temporary shelter basis ; per diem

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Horrible / Lack of Good Management

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8 hours but there’s times you might go over a few minutes. At this moment there isn’t any overtime unless approved by a supervisor

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Most people are great to work with. Unfortunately, the turn over is getting to be too great since there is no overtime, no vacation time and no benefits.

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