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You never really know. I applied for a job and didn’t hear back until two months later. I was hired after a interview.
Current employees who want to transfer, have a much shorter wait time.

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Huge organization and continuing to grow. The CEO has a great head on her shoulders, and has the knowledge and know-how to lead this organization. We are definitely expanding. I am very optimistic regarding the future.

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You accumulate 8 hrs per pay period, Bi-weekly. Earned time, that you use for sick, holidays and vacation. If for some reason you are out sick for a long period of time, you need to make sure you have a Dr's note, because they will count that as an unexcused absence, and try and get rid of you. They are very deceitful, no advancement, low pay and favoritism.

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I can't quite remember - maybe up to two weeks

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The interview process was fairly easy. You just answer the questions asked of you and have a few questions to ask about the company and the position.

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Please PLEASE build an employee parking garage. Parking here is a JOKE!

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Be yourself and be truthful be honest with your answers and be able to back it up with facts.. tell them if you have trouble in certain areas they have to accomodate ...

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Develop robust, ongoing, mandatory leadership training for all managers and supervisors, provide all employees with continuing education opportunities, reduce the amount of high level non-patient-care staff trying to fix patient care problems.

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How I dealt with frustration. What were my qualifications to the job.

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Get reviews from the ground up instead of just taking ideas from other corporations. In this community- people want to visit a place that is self run, and not using any outsourcing. Reward people who actually contribute and not just years of service.

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