My hiring experience was great at Maxim. Everyone is nice and treats me with respect.
It was a group interview. For me it was like being in a kindergarten class with a teacher who already had a few favorites. Important questions about the job were ignored and more attention given to another applicant's apparel or fun stories about someone's extra curricular activities than I'm used to in most interviews with adults and professionals. And it dragged on for hours. Excruciating. I hope this wasn't the 'norm' for this company.
This is for RN. Met with recruiter and supervisor. Was asked a few questions about experience. They had a case in mind already for me based on experience. I probably asked them more questions. The online application was the most time consuming part of the process.
Old school computer tests/training. Disorganized. Underwhelming.
Easy. Not much to do.
Answered - LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) (Current Employee) - Miami, FL
Panel board of 3 staff members
Answered - Immunization Nurse (Current Employee) - Rocky Hill, CT
It was very unorganized with interruptions.
Answered - LPN (Former Employee) - Overland Park, KS
Very long interview. Mostly situational questions.
Answered - Reimbursement Specialist (Former Employee) - Columbia, MD
Maxim explains who they are and what the company can do for you. You talk about yourself and after that you come back to do an all day computer orientation class.
Answered - Front Office Resource Specialist (Former Employee) - Tucson, AZ