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Doing a good job of having friendly, happy employees. It's a good place to go.

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Health, pharmacy, vision and dental insurance, 401K matching, PTO (paid time off for vacations, illness, holidays), 5 free counseling sessions for anyone in your household, merchant discounts

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I try not to tell them. It was a bad place and Conroe is getting worse.
Management needs some real help in the Surgical Services Area.
No raise after 6 years.

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Very flexible, willing to work with people. Other staff are willing to trade you shifts if you need it. The number of paid days you get varies by how much you work and how long you have worked there.

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Draper, Utah - just east of I-15 on 11400 S.

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We don't work weekends or holidays. Mostly day shifts although we have a few people who do an occasional overnight shift. Best of all - there's no call.

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When it gets really busy. If's fun taking care of the patients as long as you have enough staff to do it. It's rare that we feel so busy that it gets stressful. We have a great team and everyone works together to help each other.

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Basic interview questions

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Look forward to it. Have a lot of friends at work. And the doctors are nice.

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If they like your resume, they set up an interview usually within a few days. Then if you get hired right away, they have to do a background check and that takes a week or so. I'd say it takes about 2 weeks.

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