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I got called to come in and interview. The individual stated her name but not her title and didn’t mention which position I’d be interviewing for being I’ve submitted two applifor this facility. She didn’t ask me questions, nothing. Just a 2 min convo about when I can come in. I have doubtful feelings about interviewing here.

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No intrrview just drug test snd hire

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Not organized

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The interview from start to finish was extreamly unprofessional. I was sitting in the lobby when I heard someone call my name. As I stood up to walk over to shake her hand and formally introduce myself she turns her back and demanded I follow her to her office. Walked In her office, sat down in a chair that sat in front of her desk. She proceeds to tell me about the job while I’m literally struggling to see her face over her huge computer monitor that obstructed our view from each other. In addition to that I had to try my best to listen to her as I was trying to tune out her music that she had playing throughout the entire interview.
When it comes to healthcare it’s important to “clean house” from top to bottom. It’s Imperative that EVERYONE believes in the same bottom line and has the same overall goal in mind in order to be a successful Facility!

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I have seen the job opening for a BOM several times. I have had 2 interviews. Each interview was with a different person and they seem not to know what they wanted. I did not receive a call or letter letting me know they made another decision. They either don't know what they need, or they do not know who to train employees for this particular job.

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It was bad. I had an 11:00 am appointment and was finally interviewed at 12:30 for five minutes by a charge nurse. VERY disorganized. If they treat a potential employee this way --- how do they treat their actual employees?

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Not a real interview. They're so short staffed they just wanted to know if I can pass background check. Didn't care about anything else

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It's not bad at all it was a very relaxed interviewing process

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I applied and it took about a week.to.receive a call for an initial interview. The next interview was set that day for the following week.

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Training is quick,you're on the floor on your own in 2 days.The other nurses try to seal your downfall by not answering questions that you may have or helping you if you need help because you're new.DON Vanessa is a joke n the only time they pretend to care is when family members show up.They give better treatment to the residents if they're family is at the facility alot.They make sure THEY get their meds on time,even if it means neglecting others.If you wanna keep your license,don't work there because if anything goes wrong,even if it's partly their fault,they will throw you under the bus.

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