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I had an interview 3 weeks ago and no call back. How long do they take to call back? Do they even make courtesy call if you didn't get the job?

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Yes I am ready to go

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Took them about a month for them to call me back regarding a position I applied for at Kaiser. Spoke with a Talent Recruiter over the phone. Then she transferred my information and resume over to the hiring manager telling me it would take a couple of weeks for them to contact me for an interview. The very next day, I got a call from the hiring manager at Kaiser and scheduled the interview. It's been about 2 weeks since then and so far no call back.

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Do they still keep you in the system even if you were unselected for the position

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It seems they hire from within a lot, or that you have to know someone to get an interview. Even with that interview, they usually have someone else in mind for the position.

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It took them 4 months to call me for an interview. Then after being hired, I found out that the in-house applicants did not want to work with the hiring manager.

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I received an offer letter 4 days after interview

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Literally took them 2 yrs to call me back. I was surprised they still had my resume and application. It's not easy getting your foot in the door with Kaiser. Most of the hiring is done from within the company. Once you do get your foot in the door then you're set. It pays well and the benefits are good, but the stress takes a toll on you. Unfortunately the Kaisers in Southern California are run by the unions. Therefore you have a lot of politics,thuggery and insubordination amongst you. It takes a heck of a lot for someone to get reprimanded or fired for not doing their job. A very hostile work environment at times. Kick the Union's out of Kaiser, and the company would be so much better.

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Are there data entry jobs in North Sacramento?

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Unfortunately no courtesy calls are made unless they are interested in continuing with moving you to the next step in the hiring process.

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I had an interview last year. They initially told me they were down to 2 candidates for the position and then they confirmed my references. However, they never called my references and I was surprised they never called me back with any updates.

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