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It took about one month to go through the whole ECPI process. They want you to come in and demonstrate to a panel and answer some question then the panel gives a score on what you have shown. Everyone must approve before getting hired. Within the panel the program director is also watching and critiquing what she thinks. You will then meet with the program director who will explain the program and what they are looking for while the panel discuss your fate.

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I heard back within three days of my interview and within a week of applying.

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Be very straight forward and assertive

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Working hours are 8 hours per day/ 40 hours per week

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Interview process is again slightly different for different departments but in general relaxed and professional.

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What did I feel was my strength in nursing?

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HR should take complaints seriously and maintain confidentiality. Faculty should not be directed to make exams with the focus of student pass rate (rather than focus of the material). Honor annual evaluations and consider student reviews (rather than just pass rates). There should be accountability for unprofessional behavior.

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I left because I felt that they were more concerned about the bottom line than educating safe and prepared nurses

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Up to 2-3 weeks depending on where you start during the payroll cycle

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Coming to work is a great feeling. Making changes in people life's and career is rewarding

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