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Change how promoting is delegated and firmly displine favoritism ... where managers blatantly promote on friendships established among staff .. that should be against policies

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The parking situation during week / weekend no problem park in garage without problem.

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Use it as an avenue to share and advance both my career and professional experience in both service delivery and disease prevention.. Also to to use it as a platform for the promotion of human rights especially those for Children and women..

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I was always proud to tell people where I worked and share what I did there

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We are busy from dawn until dusk. But the kids are great and there is a real spirit of working and playing together, both with students and faculty. We also are expected to challenge the students who are very smart.

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It took 2 interviews, one with the Administrator and the Director and numerous follow-up phone calls.

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Work culture where work life balance is not practiced.

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All of them, this is a very large healthcare facility that sits in the middle of Baltimore City with lots of diversity and open position to the public.

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Health, dental, vision, 401K, stocks, PTO, FMLA, FASAP,college tuition & reimbursement, on the job training, free skills enhancement courses on the premises, live near your work (financial assistance) for first time home buyers, an excellent credit union and free tax preparation assistance.

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Yes you can have a background to work here.

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