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Personally I think facility's needs to hire more older people and cut down the patient load, reason is the young people today are not serious about taking care of people and they are way to playfull

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Hours are ok depending on what you are expecting. An 8 hour shift is usually 10-12 hours. You always work short. You are required to stay to finish everything from your shift. Continuity of care is nonexistent.

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It doesn't take long when they are hiring

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No they do not drug test.

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General interview questions are based off of the very lengthy survey that is completed during the online application process. They are open ended, and are intended to probe into your survey results. There is no right or wrong answer. Some positions such as nursing and rehab will also include technical questions intended to probe into a candidate's actual clinical skills and abilities.

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Upper management, rude nurses who ALWAYS say its not my job

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Absolutely dread ir

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It depends on several factors such as the type of position and the reason for not giving proper notice. Sometimes, the Administrator is able to make this decision, sometimes they have to get the approval of their regional VPO. Lots of variables here. I've seen "no-rehire" employees get re-hired, I've seen them get passed over. There's no real clear cut answer to this question.

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I put in my application and HR called me the next day. I met with 3 nurses and they gave me a tour of the building.

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You are eligible for benefits on the 1st of the month after 30 days of employment.

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