Foot & Ankle Specialists
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8 questions about working at Foot & Ankle Specialists
They certainly offer maternity leave. It is not paid, but they will hold your position without question.
Answered April 30, 2021
New hires should recieve an evaluation and a raise after 90 days. After that, a yearly raise is recommended
Answered February 19, 2021
With Health Care, there are always changes. Whether the changes are in computer programs, procedures, staff (doctors) they can tend to cause stress. We eventually figure out how to adapt and all is well, yet again.
Answered April 7, 2021
Every growing company has challenges but the company has worked hard to improve communication and place honest, hard-working people in needed positions.
Answered February 19, 2021
Once an ad is place and an applicant of interest applies, they are contacted and typically a "voom" type interview is held. If the applicant is qualified, then their information is passed onto the office manage who would bring the applicant in for an in person interview to decide if they would be a good fit for the clinic. At that time an offer may or may not be made.
Answered June 15, 2021
Excellent hours- worked until noon on Friday's.
Answered February 1, 2018
Walk-in patients with emergencies.
Answered February 1, 2018
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