I now work 11-7 so its a more moderate pace but we do still have things to do such as weights,vital signs, answer call lights, toilet residents and make rounds q2hr. For me the enviornment is better
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at Medical Facilities of America? What are the steps along the way?
Walked in, did the interview, got hired.
What questions did they ask during your interview at Medical Facilities of America?
Whay makes you a better candidate?
Why you chose this feild ?
Whats your best assets?
Why should we choose you?
Give me a scenerio of??????
Such as common to any medical feild, staffing.
Also charge nurses can be overbearing placing extra demands on you because the same is being done too them. Hiring people that does not have the heart for the feild therefore the care is not contoured to the residents.
I applied on M.F.A website, got a speedy response to set up and interview with H.R. along with a few other candidates,we all gathered in a room to discuss the positions we applied, met with each overhead from there departments had lunch and started on date i agreed with pay i agreed too. Im happy
You are eligible for benefits on the 1st of the month after 30 days of employment.
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.