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I am a former employee, with no write up disciplinary actions or anything, no marks in my work record with Cone Health at all, I left Patient Accounts after 4 years and transferred to a company that Cone was a part owner of, I worked a three week notice, and have been trying for the past year now to get back on with Cone even get my old job back which they had two or three openings for and I helped train all the people on my old team, but gave been denied fir every position I have applied for and I am eligible for rehire it's been verified, all I get is denial, I did find out that Cone us mostly hiring Novant people, why U gave no clue, there is no way they are more qualified than me for all these positions and especially my old job, 90% of the jobs I have applied for I have never heard back from, Cone Health really needs to rethink their hiring process and do it wuicly as they are losing very qualified people that are trying yo get on with them but being rejected at every turn, they also need to look at their turn over in employees, hey peoe in upper management WAKE UP!!!

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Be prepared for helping them gather information. If offered a position, you will need your immunization records, education transcripts and this can take a while. I suggest to gather that information even before you apply. Unfortunately, I misplaced some of the information during my last move and it's been frustrating trying to get this now that Cone has extended an offer of employment. My start date had to be put off until my education verification is received. I never imagined it would take this long, and I have already turned in my notice and left my previous employer. It will be well worth it once I begin my new job and I'm excited about the opportunity! I may have to eat crackers until my first pay period :)

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Good working hours.

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8 hours per day

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Dress business casual

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Use to look forward to it.

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Basic health, I believe dental and vision

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no educational benefits or encouragement of advancement

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Phone interview and then a second called to indicate that you are hired and ready for orientation.

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Phone interview questions

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Very fast-paced, not predictable, not all staff work to the same level of professionalism or excellence, but friendly, helpful, concerned about patients.

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