Answered - Certified Nurse Assistant (Former Employee) - Pittsburg, KS
This was my first job of being a CNA asked why I wanted to work there. I said I enjoy the elderly was looking for full time hours and wanted day shift I took the pm shift.
Answered - Certified Nurse Assistant (Former Employee) - Wisconsin Dells, WI
Long and not very thorough.
Answered - CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) - Chowchilla, CA
No hand shake and urine test and app
I was hired right from school after becoming certified.
Answered - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) - Tunkhannock, PA
Standard: academic and urine tests, References and past experinces helps secure the desired job.
Answered - Nurse Supervisor (Current Employee) - Newton, MA
Tons of paperwork, shots, and drug tests.
Answered - Housekeeper (Former Employee) - El Dorado, KS
The interview process is basic. They ask you a few questions about where you see yourself in 5 years (which you cant answer). Then they ask you what you can bring to the company (which you cant answer because you dont know what is already at the company in order to know what to bring to the company.
Answered - CNA (Former Employee) - Alabama
It was easy bascially they just ask have you ever done this kind of work before which i have so it was alright.
Answered - Dietary Aide (Former Employee) - Thomasville, GA
One normal length interview with the Director of Nursing. They ask the basic questions.
Answered - CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) - Watertown, SD