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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?

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You really have to know someone to get through quickly.

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It takes about a month to get hired, there are varies steps.

Answered - Clinical Research Coordinator of Health (Former Employee) - Ann Arbor, MI

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You can be working within a week of being hired. There are two days of orientation.

Answered - Research Analyst (Current Employee) - Ann Arbor, MI

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Took about three months. Started Temp then showed I was hard worker and got made permanent.

Answered - Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) - Ann Arbor, MI

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Can take months, depending on position. Once interviewed and fired process move rather quickly

Answered - Emergency Room Nurse (Former Employee) - Ann Arbor, MI

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A couple weeks don't remember steps it was a long time ago

Answered - Registered Polysomnographic Technologist (Current Employee) - Ann Arbor, MI

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The hiring process is slow. Takes about 2 to 3 months

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For clerical jobs you pretty much have to start as a temp (Manpower). It may take a few months but if you are a good employee you can get hired in to the department you temped in or in another department at UMHS. When I was hired you needed to complete a pre-employment screening through HR and a background check. I think they've since added a drug test as well.

Answered - Inpatient Unit Clerk Float (Former Employee) - Ann Arbor, MI

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The hiring process is so long here unless you happen to know someone to push your resume through. I have waited and heard of people waited up to six to eight months for a job.

Answered - Phlebotomist II Department of Pathology Satellite (Former Employee) - Ann Arbor, MI

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Varies a lot depending on many reasons

Answered - Programmer Analyst (Current Employee) - Ann Arbor, MI

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